The News of His Saving Power


“Send us around the world with the news of Your saving power and Your eternal plan for all mankind” [Psalm 67:2 / TLB]

The Lord Jesus in the book of Mark 16 and verse 15 said; “Go ye into all the world, and preach the Gospel to every creature.” He commissioned us to preach the good news of God’s Kingdom, and God’s eternal plan for all mankind. Our responsibility, as preachers of righteousness, is the greatest honor and privilege on the face of the earth. We are bearers of the news of His saving power; dispensers of eternal life, and custodians of God’s Word to everyone.

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This was something the Kings like David, and the prophets of God, contemplated and wished to be part of, hence the inspiring words in our opening verse. All David had was the promising note of salvation through a prophetic vision; yet he was excited, and wished that he too could go around the world to preach and herald this news of God’s saving power. As Christians, we ought to be excited too, for we are living this promise.

As new creations, and being in the world at a time when what David admired and looked forward to as been fulfilled, how could we be quiet? Jeremiah said: “But His Word was in mine heart as a burning fire shut up in my bones, and I was weary with forbearing, and could not stay” [Jeremiah 20:9]. As a Christian, you ought to make your life count with God by making an impact with the Gospel. Be committed to soul winning. A very important evidence of the presence of the Holy Spirit in your life is dynamic evangelism. In Acts 1:8, Jesus said; “But ye shall receive power, after that the Holy Spirit is come upon you: and ye shall be witnesses unto me…” Straight away after Peter received the Holy Spirit, he preached to the lost; and that day, 3’000 men were saved [Acts 2:14-42] – what an amazing power display… You can’t claim that God saved you; and not tell others about it. Don’t keep quiet, preach the Gospel to everyone, everywhere.

The verse in Psalm 67:2 [TLB] is what inspired the pioneering works of Gospel Addicts Global Church; and moreso today, it is still the driving force of the ministry, as we go into the world and preach the Gospel, telling everyone we come into contact with about the news of God’s saving power, and His eternal plan for all mankind. We make use of all possible avenues to make new connects, and above all, new disciples. Evangelism is not complete at winning a soul; until you have made a disciple out of that soul, you haven’t truly won souls. Just the fact that God loved you so much, that He could send His only begotten Son, Jesus Christ, to die on the cross for your sins, so that you might be saved; that alone should be enough to get you excited about evangelism.

The Bible says the Gospel is the power of God unto salvation to everyone that believes [Romans 1:16]; and by that power you are commissioned to preach its message. You are a bearer of this very message that saves lives. The power would not work except the message is preached. Therefore, be faithful in your responsibility as a soul winner – there is no greater job than this, neither is there any greater reward for doing so.

Our world is in chaos, with unlawful things happening all over, all the time; but you have the power in the message of salvation to make a difference; why keep quiet?

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Author: gospeladdictsglobal

Gospel Addicts was formed in 2013 [established in 2014] as an internet ministry; growing quickly into a global ministry under Evangelist & Pastor Rudi Ferreira; evangelizing the world with the Gospel [Psalm 67:2 / TLB]. Since the success of the internet ministry; and intense studies of higher learning, the time has come to materialize the vision of the Global Headquarters Church in the making... we will announce our location soon! Also running a FaceBook Page at www.facebook.com/gospeladdictsglobal -or- email us at gospeladdictsglobal@gmail.com

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