As we continue
with our daily routines, we may worry that we are not fulfilling the Great Commission.
Sometimes, we may feel that our faith gets buried beneath our worldly responsibilities.
Yet, we know that as we toil, more unsaved souls become lost in darkness.
our role in the Great Commission, we must distinguish between evangelists and
witnesses. Evangelists possess a gift of leading people to receive Christ. They
inspire the body of Christ to act, and they train others in evangelistic outreach.
Evangelists must respond to the opportunities that the Holy Spirit places before
them in secular environments and in the church.
fifteen Christians are called to be evangelists, but all Christians are called
to be witnesses. Witnesses testify about the work of Christ in their lives,
acknowledge the Gospel in a secular society, and live lives that reflect
Christ. Witnesses should feel compelled by God’s love for a lost world, and
they should remember that the Holy Spirit will empower them to testify.
God did not
intend for us to fit our faith into our work schedule, but rather, he intended
for our faith to shine through our work. Our words, our lifestyle, and the power
of the Holy Spirit form our three-dimensional Gospel, which we carry with us everywhere
This week, ask
the Lord to reveal the role that He wants you to play in His Great Commission.
How can your words and actions display your faith? Has he presented any
opportunities to testify or lead others to Christ?
Be encouraged—whether evangelist or witness, the Holy Spirit will guide your steps.
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