Amazing Grace, how sweet the sound, That saved a wretch like me.
I once was lost but now I’m found, Was blind, but now I see. ’twas Grace that taught, my heart to fear. And grace, my fears relieved. How precious did that grace appear, the hour I first believed.// Great is Thy faithfulness, Great is Thy faithfulness. Morning by morning new mercies I see, all that is needed that hands has provided, great is Thy faithfulness Lord unto Thee.
All glory, all honour to Thee!!!!!!!!!!! Father we thank You we bless Your Holy Name, we adore You King of glory, we glorify Your Holy Name, who is like unto Thee, Lord? there is no none to be compared with Thee, heavenly Father, we will worship Thy Lord Amen! We will Praise they and glorify You Lord for You have done a great thing for us. yes! Lord You have done a great a thing for us, glory be to Your Holy Name! be Thou glorify forever in Jesus Name!
Beloved, our God is good; all time! Blessed assurance Jesus is mine, O! what a foretaste of glory divine, heir of salvation, purchase of God, born of His Spirit, washed in His blood. It is indeed a great assurance that Jesus is mine.
We are confident that our Jesus died for us so that we may live life in abundance. And being our model we ought to live as live, the grace to live as Jesus lived we receive this day in Jesus Name.
We also must walk as Jesus walked why He was here on earth. Therefore we must daily seek our God in prayer, go after the lost soul and daily supplicate unto the Father for his will and kingdom to be done on earth as it is in heaven. I have this story to share with you.
Still using Matt 24:14 as our memory verse for this season- “and the gospel of the kingdom will be preached in the whole world as a testimony to all nations, and then the end will come.”
So you remember the story where it was said “Come and see”
The bible says we should follow others as they follow Christ, it is all about imitating the design of God set in place by the designer God. As believers, we follow the model he set in place by walking as Jesus did. Jesus invited His disciples to come and see how he lived, where he was staying, and how he did ministry. His invitation gave his followers insight on how to be faithful and fruitful.
In order to bear fruit, we need to abide in Christ. In order to do, we need to first be. And if we are, we must then do
It is taking the time to wait and hear from God, and the right away doing His will, His way. You were made for this. You were designed to make a difference. You were made to multiply. The best way to make a difference is to make disciples. This is something every believer in Jesus Christ can and should do. Why not COME AND SEE where Jesus is staying and spend the day with him like John’s disciples did? See how Jesus does it. Then go do it like He did it. John’s disciples went out and began to spread the news right away after spending their first day with Jesus.
You are reading this right now because two people decided to listen and obey Jesus. The first stream of disciple started to multiply on the day one. Jesus said, “COME AND SEE.” They came, they saw, and they went out to “GO and TELL” just like Jesus. Jesus did not say, “COME AND SIT.” Jesus turned these fishermen into fishers of people right away. While their hands still smelled like fish these men went out to “GO AND TELL” right after Jesus said, “COME AND SEE.” The disciples did not have it all together yet, they has just spent one day with Jesus, but everything was different.
GO AND MAKE
The great commission is not the great suggestion. We either do what Jesus said or we disobey. Multiplying disciples is as simple as show and tell. Show people how you do it, and then tell them that they can do it too.
Go to them, baptize them, and teach them to obey everything Jesus commanded. You simply pass on to others what has been passed onto you. Don’t just teach them to know more stuff. Take the time to teach them how to do the stuff. Jesus spent about a little over three years pouring into twelve guys teaching as they went.
“I am come into my garden, my sister, my spouse.” Song 5:1
The heart of the believer is Christ’s garden. He bought it with His precious blood, and He enters it and claims it as His own. A garden implies separation. It is not the open common; it is not a wilderness; it is walled around, or hedged in. Would that we could see the wall of separation between the church and the world made broader and stronger. It makes one sad to hear Christians saying, “Well, there is no harm in this; there is no harm in that,” thus getting as near to the world as possible.
Grace is at a low ebb in that soul which can even raise the question of how far it may go in worldly conformity. A garden is a place of beauty, it far surpasses the wild uncultivated lands. The genuine Christian must seek to be more excellent in his life than the best moralist, because Christ’s garden ought to produce the best flowers in all the world.
Even the best is poor compared with Christ’s deservings; let us not put Him off with withering and dwarf plants. The rarest, richest, choicest lilies and roses ought to bloom in the place which Jesus calls His own. The garden is a place of growth. The saints are not to remain undeveloped, always mere buds and blossoms. We should grow in grace, and in the knowledge of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ.
Growth should be rapid where Jesus is the Husbandman, and the Holy Spirit the dew from above. A garden is a place of retirement. So the Lord Jesus Christ would have us reserve our souls as a place in which He can manifest Himself, as He doth not unto the world.
O that Christians were more retired, that they kept their hearts more closely shut up for Christ! We often worry and trouble ourselves, like Martha, with much serving, so that we have not the room for Christ that Mary had, and do not sit at His feet as we should. The Lord grant the sweet showers of His grace to water His garden this day.
Let be a bunch of ordinary people who spend time with Jesus. Love God, love others, and multiply Disciples that do the same. What are you waiting for? Go make multiplying disciples! Come, let’s Go! Don’t forget that you were save to serve, so “Let’s Go.”
Beloveth, in addition let read the following passage (John 1:1-51, Matt 28:1-20, Matt 5:1-48, 2 Tim 2:1-26).
May God help us and make us good discipulars in Jesus Name.