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FROM THE SERVANT GENERAL
 

FROM THE SERVANT GENERAL

ON EVANGELIZATION AND MISSION
(Part 94)

OUR WORK OF EVANGELIZATION AND MISSION – 10

May 8, 2018
Today’s reading: Acts 16:22-34


Asked by the jailer, “Sirs, what must I do to be saved?” (v.30), Paul and Silas answered, “Believe in the Lord Jesus and you and your household will be saved.” (v.31). Jesus won salvation for us on the cross, and our response of faith in Jesus appropriates that salvation into our lives. This is the one and only way. This is why the work of evangelization and mission is so crucial. The gospel needs to be proclaimed so that those who hear it, by the grace of God, may believe and thus be saved.

Today many souls are being lost. They have not put their faith in Jesus or are not living out their supposed faith in Jesus. Many have actually turned away from him and rejected his ways for their lives. They need to be re-evangelized, to hear the gospel message once again, to give the Spirit the opportunity to touch their hearts.

This is our work. Because 99 of the 100 sheep are lost, this work needs to be massive. “So they spoke the word of the Lord to him and to everyone in his house.” (v.32). We must proclaim the gospel to everyone, to every creature, to the grassroots at the peripheries, to the very ends of the earth.

Now because this work is the very divine work of God, the evil one will oppose it with all his might. Just like the apostles, we can expect to be oppressed and persecuted. But the Lord will always be with us. He enables us to do signs and wonders. He protects us. He delivers us, just as he miraculously delivered Paul and Silas from jail (v.25-26).

There is no more important work than this. May our giving of ourselves have a positive life-giving effect on the lives of many, so that they, just like the jailer, “with his household rejoiced at having come to faith in God.” (v.34b).

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