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We Must Preach The Gospel by Pastor Chris Oyakhilome

We Must Preach The Gospel by Pastor Chris Oyakhilome

Put ye in the sickle, for the harvest is
ripe: come, get you down; for the press
is full, the fats overflow; for their
wickedness is great (Joel 3:13).

The wickedness and evil we see in our world
are our opportunity to shine the light of the
Gospel. The darker the world, the brighter
our lights must shine, for we’re the light in a dark world
(Philippians 2:15).

 A sinful and hurting world presents us with
compelling opportunities to establish the righteousness
of Christ. It’s our calling; we’ve got to do it! Bearing the
light of the Gospel, we’re to turn men from darkness to
light and from the power of Satan unto God.

Consider for a moment, the blessings of the
Gospel for the poor and the despised; the afflicted and
the downtrodden, and what promise it holds for them!
How that a man who is as nothing, if only he’d receive
Christ, would become a prince of power with God (1
Samuel 2:8).

That’s what our God does; that’s what the
Gospel does. No one’s valley is too deep; no one’s sin
is too dark. He said in Isaiah 1:18, “…though your sins
be as scarlet, they shall be as white as snow; though
they be red like crimson, they shall be as wool.”

So, in looking at the world around you, have a
new mindset, because Jesus came not for the righteous,
but for sinners. He came to save sinners and make them sons of God. And we’re the bearers of the good news.

The world today has become so hopeless. Men
have lost hope in the future; they’ve lost hope in just
about everything. But there’s hope in Christ. And when
we minister that hope, we’re not giving people some
false hope, no; He proves His reality in the message that
we preach.

We never minister alone; when we preach, the
Lord confirms the Word. The Bible says, “And they went
forth, and preached every where, the Lord working with
them, and confirming the word with signs following.
Amen” (Mark 16:20). Utilize every opportunity to
preach the Gospel.

Dear Father, I thank you for counting me worthy and
faithful, putting me in the ministry of reconciliation
and committing to my trust the Gospel of peace. As I
shine the light of the Gospel in my world, your grace
is released for salvation and many are imparted with
eternal life, in Jesus’ Name. Amen.

1 Corinthians 9:16; 2 Timothy 4:2

Acts 24:1-27 & Psalms 1-6

Luke 9:10-17 & Joshua 12

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