Impacting By Sharing

Sharing Jesus is not an incidental thing. It’s not just acting good hoping that somebody might say hey look he’s a Christian. Sharing Jesus should be Central it shall come from the innermost part of us it needs to be made known.

Speaking the gospel was never meant to be an option when following Jesus. Here is an example from Jesus himself in Mark chapter 1 verse 15 “the time is fulfilled and the kingdom of God is at hand repent, and believe in the gospel” if we are to implicate Jesus Christ. The very first thing Jesus did in his ministry was speak forth what was fulfilled to happen meaning He was aware of the prophecy.

A question for every Christian would be this do you think you ought to know prophecy?

What was at hand in other words what was to be obtained by remission of sin and believing the Gospel.

Now another healthy habit for sharing the Bible and applying it in your life is not only speaking the word of God into your life and believing it but also practising it in others lives. Faith and action meet. Lets see where Jesus Himself Began to act.

You can see in Mark chapter 1 verse 17 Jesus says to them who are called to be his disciples “follow me and I will make you become fishermen of men.”

You see Jesus did both sharing the gospel with authority and declaring the kingdom of God is at hand. Yet he continuously began to capture the hearts of men to disciple them.

This is the message and this is how we in today Society can impact by sharing the gospel.

Have you considered today how you may be able to reach somebody?

For instance if a person is not interested let us not be discouraged.

There is a reason for that. But God will send you people in your life to pray for and speak into their lives. This is your moment in Sharing scripture and disabling other men or women.

Jesus later goes on into Capernaum and immediately on the Sabbath goes into the son of God and teaches. Jesus himself with authority goes into the house of God and Astound many by what he says. The scripture even compares Jesus to the scribes as having a authority in the scribes not Mark 1:22

He later throughout this chapter of Mark cast out spirits, silences them, shows that the spirits themselves knew him, Heals people from various sicknesses or illnesses, does not allow the demons to speak and then in the near end of this chapter well praying away from everyone with God confronted by Simon makes a statement while everyone is looking for him in verse 38 that blows my mind “He said to them let us go into the next towns, that I may preach there also, because for this purpose I have came forth.” wow. That is what I wanna be like. Always ready to share the Gospel and Act.

Jesus knew his purpose. After being baptized began to call into others lives. Immediately went into places that needed truth and needed healing.

If we are to implicate what Jesus did in his ministry we have to understand actions alone will not people to the message of Jesus.

People of the church by their actions and Proclamation love Jesus Christ is the way others will come to know him personally.

For great ways to share with people first begin to pray for them. Then engage them with a complement a encouragement goes a long away. Listen to their story. Commune with them. There is nothing like sharing a meal. Serve them,help them meet needs in their lives. Then share with Gods timing your opportunity your story and the Gospel. B.L.E.S.S them.

Daniel Byzewski

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Where one can find inspiration by truth and experience. Discovering the in and outs of the process within spiritual principles and what they mean to me in my life and personal relationship with God. A open-minded traveler designed to enlighten, as well shining the light in darkness where others may be blinded. Discipleship is a cost, it bares forth fruits worth baring. Jesus Is my Lord #GodHeadDisciple
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