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Daily, Weekend and Holiday Internet Evangelize to the World Ministry

Daily, Weekend and Holiday Internet Evangelize to the World Ministry The world is in a turmoil: Wars, rumors of world, dictators ruling like the Ancient Egyptian Pharaohs, murdering like killing a fly, sensual sexual habits and abortions, people saying, "This is my body and I will do whatever I want to do with it!" Parents and children living in the flesh and fighting with no respect for each other. Homosexual preachers and sexual immorality within the church, services for the pastors and not of God, but a guise of serving God in worship, preaching for money; preaching and distorting God's Word of Truth for filthy lucre. The worlds people hating each other no matter the race, color or creed; they are just hating rather than an agape love for each other. The only way peace and serving the Lord in true worship is: Men and women have to have faith, repent and accept Jesus as their Lord and Savior, and then the Holy Spirit of God will immediately come in and indwell within …

Faith or Works?

Monday, May 9, 2011 Send to a Friend Free Newsletters Faith or Works? Greg Laurie The Book of Acts records the story of a man named Simon, who had been misleading people in Samaria with his cultic practices. But one day Philip, a follower of Christ, showed up and began to do miracles by the hand of God. The people turned from Simon and began to follow the God whom Philip proclaimed.
Simon could see that Jesus was bad for business. He needed to do something. So we read that Simon believed and was baptized (see Acts 8:13). But it would appear that this was not a genuine conversion, because later the apostle Peter said to Simon, “Your heart is not right in the sight of God. Repent therefore of this your wickedness…” (Acts 8:21–22).
This shows us that you can believe in the power of God, that Jesus Christ is the Son of God, that the Bible is God’s Word, that Jesus is coming again, and can even be baptized, yet not really know God in a personal way.
So what does it mean to believe? The wor…

Spreading the Good News

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May 9
Spreading the Good News
Acts 14:21-23
Saul of Tarsus underwent a radical transformation—the zealous persecutor of Christians became a passionate follower of Christ. Later known as Paul, he dedicated his time, energy, and talent to spreading the gospel message. What motivated him to surrender his life wholeheartedly to Jesus?
Jesus’ sacrifice of love. Before salvation,
Paul had opposed all who believed in Jesus as the Messiah. At his conversion, this persecutor of Christians realized that Christ willingly died on the cross because of His love for mankind. Jesus left His heavenly home, suffered, and died so we might be reconciled to God. The Lord’s sacrifice on the cross motivated the apostle to tell others about His all-encompassing love (Eph. 3:18).
Gratitude for salvation. On the road to Damascus, Christ’s enemy became a member of His family. Paul called himself the worst of sinners, acknowledging that he was unworthy of …