by David Cook

Reaching Our Community with the Gospel of Jesus Christ
David Cook
Luke 10:1-20

One of the goals of our church is to reach out into this community God has placed us in and to minister to their needs. Every Christian is primarily called by the Lord to serve.

A missionary was sent into the deepest parts of a jungle and fell into the hands of a band of cannibals. Realizing they were going to eat him the missionary told them, "you are not going to like me," and calmly took out his pocketknife, sliced a piece from the calf of his leg and handed it to the chief. "Try it and see for yourself." The chief took one bit, chewed a minute, grunted, and spit it out. The missionary lived on the island another 25 years, and the natives never knew he had a corked leg.

A followers of Jesus, we follow Him into the fields of harvest reaching others with the good news. What is the good news we share? God created you. He knit you together in your mother’s womb. You are no accident, God has a plan. God loves you. In spite of all the wrong things you’ve done. God loves you so much He sent the Lord Jesus Christ, God in the flesh, to this earth. Jesus lived a perfectly sinless life. He died on the cross of Calvary to save you from the penalty, power, and one day the presence of sin. God calls you to turn from your sin, trust the Savior. Jesus came that you may have life to the full now and throughout eternity in His presence.

In our text today I would like us to look at four ways to successfully reach our community with the gospel of Jesus Christ.

1. Enlist Your PARTNER (V 1)

True Christianity is not a lone ranger event. God will give you someone to partner with you in His mission.

How successful would the GA Bulldogs be if they went out on the field with just a QB? How successful could the Braves be if they only had a pitcher? How successful would a business be if it existed with one person and that person only had eyes for himself? How strong could our church ...

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