The Greatest Enterprise of All Time - The Enterprise of Global Evangelization (31 of 42) by Rick Ferguson
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Series: A Solid Place to Stand - A Doctrinal Survey of the Book of Romans
(1) How would you like to participate in the most important mission of all times?
This mission has greater historical significance than President Nixon's 1972 visit to Beijing and the opening of China to international commerce and trade, and diplomacy.
This mission has greater historical significance than President George Bush, Mikhail Gorbachev, and Helmut Kohl united efforts to bring down the Berlin wall and essentially bring an end to the Cold War.
EX. The Denver Post (Nov. 9, 1999, section A, p.1) covered the 10th anniversary of the destruction of the Berlin Wall. It said,...
Ten years after their artful diplomacy toppled the Berlin Wall, Mikhail Gorbachev, George Bush, and Helmut Kohl gathered among the ghostly traces of the hated Cold War symbol Monday to take their bows and reflect on the hopes and fears of November 9th, 1989, when the world as they knew it changed overnight.
Many of you remember these historical diplomatic missions that did indeed change our world.... But the mission I am talking about today it of such greater historical magnitude and significance, it makes these peace missions seem like a Boy Scout Jamboree in comparison.
(2) If you had an opportunity to participate in an enterprising venture that was guaranteed to succeed, there was no possibility of failure, would you be interested?
(3)Would you be interested in a humanitarian enterprise that would be more beneficial to people than anything ever attempted or discovered in all of history.
This humanitarian enterprise would be unequivocal in its contribution to people's lives.
It is bigger and more beneficial than anything you can imagine.
It is of greater magnitude than...
A cure for cancer
The global alleviation of malnutrition and starvation ...
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