How did this great multitude get there?
Someone went, someone was sent, someone was finances, and someone had been praying.
They got there because Jesus died for their sins, and charged His faithful followers to go to the ends of the earth.
Someone plowed. Someone seeded the fertile soil. Someone tended the field. Someone will bring in the harvest.
1 Corinthians 3:6-7
Each member of the Body of Christ has a part to play in God’s World Harvest Team.
Some are called to go to the nations and some have a part to play back home — one is not more important than the other. Collectively, we have the power to change the eternal destiny of entire nations.
Every believer is called to the harvest. The task of world missions is the responsibility of every Christian; there is no one exempt — it is the responsibility of every pastor, the nursery worker, the sound engineer, the worship leader, the child, the mother, and the father.
If we rise up and take responsibility to do something, we would reach our generation.
Take charge of your heart and life, and begin to say, “Here I am Lord, use me.”
Wold Missions cannot be treated as a side-issue because it ultimately involves the destiny of nations, tribes, people and tongues.
Regardless of our level of commitment or sacrifice, we are merely doing what is expected of us as co-labourers together with Christ.
All the increase and glory comes from God, and therefore must be returned to Him.
“I will go anywhere, provided it be forward.”David Livingstone
Pioneer, adventurer, discoverer, and missionary.
All vision is born in our hearts, not by the size of the task or need, but by the love of Him who saved us.
“We are debtors to every man to give him the gospel in the same measure in which we have received it.”P.F. Bresee
founder of the Church of the Nazarene