How to Become a God Influencer through Truth - Part 2 (5 of 16) by Ernest Easley
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Series: The God Issue
Ernest L. Easley
As we continue our series of messages under the heading: THE GOD ISSUE, take God's word and turn with me to Colossians chapter 1. God is looking for people from this fellowship, who will become influencers, God influencers! And He wants to know: will You be one? Will you be a God influencer? Will you become a God influencer? That is, a person who will make the God issue, the issue?
A God influencer understands that moral issues, are not the main issues; they are merely symptoms! For example: homosexual behavior is a symptom of what a person believes to be true about God. The real issue facing today's culture is who we believe God to be! And we've been learning that there will not be a behavior change until there is a belief change.
Here's what that means for us as a church: we need to help everybody who walks onto this campus discover the God of the Bible. Every child in our Sunday School, every person in worship, every person who comes at your invitation as the Each One, Reach One Movement continues, we should be helping them understand who God is!
We must do more than simply teach a biblical view of marriage, we need to teach a biblical view of God. If we teach a Biblical view of marriage (symptom) without tying it to a biblical view of God (the cause), eventually problems are going to surface. The God issue is the issue! And He's looking for some members from RSBC to become God influencers!
Out of concern for others and the desire to see this campus filled on Sundays with people and praise believing our God deserves it,
you become a God influencer by inviting and bringing somebody with you. And let me say again to you that are here today at the invitation of one of our members: First, we're glad you're here. Second, the person who invited you here did so because they care about you. Third, the person who in ...
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