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Without those things, we would all be lost without hope, without a savior, and would have to endure the consequences of sin—death. Our world is bombarded with the consequences of sin. Everywhere we turn, we see the effects of a fallen world and many who live without hope. Someone must share hope with them. Yeshua said it would be  You and me.

     The question is, asked all of us: 

    Do we, personally, tell others the good news of our Lord's greatest gift, Yeshua His Son. In fact, he was the true, authentic, prophesied Jewish Messiah that came first to the House of the Lost Sheep of Israel and then to all nations.  It’s not that we don’t want to share, it's that some of us think we don’t know how, or we don't know ned too. Whatever the reasons we don't, we can become confident in and passionate about sharing our faith as we go about our daily lives.  And as we go, we can inspire others to do the same.

    Every place becomes a divine appointment; our offices, the grocery store, the ball field. You get the point. Everywhere there is an opportunity awaiting you to share the Good News of what you received. Could you share it?  Give it out!  Have compassion for the lost!  Pray for the healing of those that are sick!  Allow the kingdom to flow through YOU and watch what God will do.  We will change the world with the good news of Yeshua's gospel when we are faithful to share with others.

Go! It's the last command Yeshua gave us in Matthew 28:18-20. We call it the Great Commission. Whatever we choose to call it, our Lord instructed us to do it. At its core, evangelism is sharing the Good News of salvation, forgiveness and grace.

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