When You Go with the Gospel, You Never Go Alone
There is no feeling on earth like the feeling of helping someone find Jesus and trust Him for the very first time. Sometimes, in our talk about “missions,” we forget that this is really what missions is all about. Going to every nation starts with going to the next person with the good news.
The problem is, there is a natural intimidation factor when it comes to sharing our faith. I think talking about our faith should come as naturally as talking about any other deeper subject and it should happen in the context of a conversation that turns toward spiritual things somewhat naturally. But even in the middle of our natural conversation, we should be assured with confidence that there is a Supernatural force guiding our spirits and working behind the scenes. As Jesus was saying, “Go and make disciples of all the nations…” He also said, “And I am with you always, even to the end of the age.” (Matthew 28:18-20 NLT)
The source of our confidence in sharing Jesus should be His presence and powerful work. He wants to be known among all peoples. He wants a restored friendship with people who are lost. He gave His life to redeem them. He offers bold truth and fresh, life-giving grace to anyone who has ears to hear.
When you go to people with the good news of Jesus, you never go alone. He is with His people through the endless ages of eternity.