September 27, 2013
When asked about his kingdom, Jesus responded by promising his disciples that power would come with his Spirit and that they would become witnesses.
September 26, 2013
The harvest is overwhelming and there is a shortage of laborers, but the Master of the harvest is infinitely more interested in his harvest than we could ever be. He commands us to pray that he will “cast out” more laborers into his harvest field.
September 25, 2013
Jesus approached his disciples, some of whom were worshipping while others doubted, and reminded them that all authority had been given to him. Based on that authority, he commanded them to make disciples.
September 22, 2013
What God provides must be received by faith. What is received by faith must be announced in faithfulness. Only as this gospel is proclaimed and the Lord opens the eyes of the lost are people converted. The power is not in our presentation, but in our Savior.
September 30, 2012
We’re tempted to rejoice in numbers or professions, rather than patterns of true repentance and faith (conversion). Instead, we should rejoice in real conversions—nothing less—because they display God’s salvation at work.
September 27, 2012
Why is repentant faith necessary for salvation? God’s intention is not just to deliver people from hell, but to deliver them from sin—changing them from the inside out!
September 26, 2012
What should be our first response when we are brought face to face with the needs of the mission field? Jesus said we should pray. We should pray because: The needs are primarily spiritual, not physical. The needs are overwhelming and we need wisdom. The needs are greater than we can meet. The Lord of […]
September 23, 2012
God commands all men to repent and believe in his Son, Jesus Christ (Acts 17:30; John 3:18). What is saving faith? Why is it necessary? In what or whom must trust? Where does it come from? Regarding repentance, why is it necessary? How does it relate to saving faith? What is it?
September 23, 2012
What does a missionary’s heart look like? The apostle Paul lays bare his own heart to the Ephesian elders in Acts 20.