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The responsibility of proclaiming that Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners is ours to fulfill. —Sweeting Acts 1:8 Missionary Keith Gustafson was forced to leave the Congo because of the civil war that erupted in 1997.
Angels might long for the privilege of telling the world about Christ, but they have not experienced the joy of forgiveness and the hope of glory. He reported that as the fighting spread, people in the remote area where he lived knew that soldiers were approaching because of the message of the drums.
They have experienced the thrill and reality of redemption from sin; they are to be My messengers!
" The torch of the gospel, handed to those early followers of Christ, has been passed down through the generations until today it is in our hands. De Haan (Our Daily Bread, Copyright RBC Ministries, Grand Rapids, MI. All rights reserved) Our only real excuse for living in this world is to be witnesses for Jesus Christ.
That “out of stater” wrote those policies because the local staffers had neglected to do their “homework.” Acts 1:8 Our Source of Power (by Warren Wiersbe) Anointing oil speaks of the presence and the working of the Holy Spirit in our lives. If the spotless Son of God needed the Spirit’s power, how much more do we! Do we try to witness for Christ without asking the Spirit to help us (Acts 1:8)?
All believers have received the anointing of the Spirit (1 John , 27), and therefore we ought to be “a fragrance of Christ” to the Heavenly Father (2 Cor. The more we are like Jesus Christ in character and conduct, the more we please our Father; and the more we please Him, the more He can bless and use us for His glory. Do we dare pray in the energy of the flesh when the Spirit is present to assist us (Rom. Can we fellowship with our Lord in His Word apart from the ministry of the Spirit of God (Eph. - Warren Wiersbe Acts 1:8 F B Meyer Ye shall be my witnesses.
Looking to Jesus is the condition of witness-bearing — How else can we bear witness of Him?
As we behold Him we shall reflect Him; and as we reflect Him we shall be changed into the same image from glory to glory, as by the Lord the Spirit (2 Corinthians , r.v.).
If anyone ever had good reason for allowing the memory of a grievous sin to put him on the shelf, it was Peter. He had fled Gethsemane at Christ's arrest, and then denied three times that he knew the Lord Jesus. Yet he did not allow his remorse over past failures to make him ineffective in his service for Christ.
ILLUSTRATIONS, DEVOTIONALS, HOMILIES Acts of the Apostles Compiled by Chapter Today in the Word (Moody), Our Daily Bread (Radio Bible Class), Our Daily Walk - F B Meyer, Our Daily Homily - F B Meyer, Our Daily Bread (not duplicate entries) CLICK BELOW TO GO TO CHAPTER Acts 1:1-9 He said to them, "Go into all the world and preach the gospel to every creature" (Mark ).