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HH, Sir Godfrey Gregg D.Div

Sixth  I am passionate about my purpose to represent Christ

In heaven, the two things I don’t get to do is sin and share Christ, thus I will give my life to sharing Christ.  The Great Commission is my mission.  Is the Great Commission a convenience or conviction?  Is making disciples an option or obedience?  Have you made a disciple, or are you in the process?

What if Peter and John said (Acts 4:19-20), “Whether it is right in the sight of God to give heed to you rather than to God, you be the judge.  Well, since you are the judges, we will stop witnessing and not say anything more about Jesus, okay guys?  Listen, we’re sorry about the confusion we caused.”

No, they said, “For we cannot stop speaking what we have seen and heard.”  Why?  Simple–witnessing was a conviction.  Are you in the process of going out, bringing others in, and teaching believers to obey God’s Word?  The Great Commission is a commandment–therefore it is to be a conviction.  Is it one of yours?  Stand for something, or you will fall for anything.

Author: Patriarch Gregg

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