The Go Challenge (1 of 4) by Frank Damazio
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Series: The GO Church
Introduction: The believer must become a person of action. This is why we have chosen the word "GO", a verb, an action word, a word that speaks of moving out and taking a step. God has done great things for us, in us, and around us through His love, His mercy, His forgiveness, and His grace. We must take what we have and go forth with it, taking it out to others. Living life beyond ourselves means we look for and pursue ways to share Christ with people, to share hope, to share grace, and to share the gospel. It is living on the edge of expectation. Life with a go attitude is the difference between a numb life of predictability and an exhilarating series of divine coincidences. (2 Kings 7:3-9)
I. THE GO CHALLENGE
A. GO SCRIPTURES
Matthew 18:19 Again I say to you that if two of you agree on earth concerning anything that they ask, it will be done for them by My Father in heaven.
James 5:19-20 My dear friends, if you know people who have wandered off from God's truth, don't write them off. Go after them. Get them back and you will have rescued precious lives from destruction and prevented an epidemic of wandering away from God (The Message Translation)
Luke 14:23 Then the master said to the servant, "Go out into the highways and hedges, and compel them to come in, that my house may be filled."
B. GO DEFINED
1. Dictionary Definition
a. To move out intentionally.
b. To move from where you are to where you should be.
c. To move with focus and persistence.
d. To proceed without delay.
2. Go is living beyond
a. Living life beyond ourselves
b. Living life intentionally for others
c. Living life with a sense of purpose
d. Living life with adventure
e. Living life with flexibility and availability
C. THE CALL TO GO
1. Go Fact: We were redeemed in part for the purpose of reaching others for Christ. Therefore we will never be complete in our experience with God until we allow Him to ...
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