#014: God’s Heart for the World (Part 1 of 2) [PODCAST]
For this session, you will be listening to the first part of the talk that I gave at Metro Church of God in Dallas, TX. It was an evening devoted to missions. I was privileged to give the main talk.
The topic for this evening meeting was, “God’s Heart for the World”. I used Romans 10:13-15 as the main text.
This is a topic that is very important to me. I love challenging young adults by asking them to take a dive into the mission of God around them, whether locally or globally.
You can make a difference. Listen below.
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God’s Heart for the World
Main Text: Romans 10:13-15
- Enter the text: Romans 10:13-15
- FOUR POWERFUL WORDS
- People all around us are being prepared to believe
- The harvest is plentiful, it is ready
- God’s heart beats for those that do not know Him
- God is preparing people to believe in Him
- Faith comes by hearing, and hearing the word of God
- Hearing is important, but sometimes the pain/trials of life make it hard to hear
- We must meet the needs of people before we start preaching at people
- We must demonstrate AND declare the Gospel to people around us
- How does it make you feel knowing that the Harvest is Plentiful, but there are not enough workers
- What does it look like for you to help others hear God better by meeting their physical and emotional needs?
- 5 Steps to Lead an Evangelistic Culture Shift
- Experience God’s Story in High Definition
- Who Says You Can’t Be Awesome at Sharing Your Faith?!
- How to Take Your First Few Steps into God’s Global Mission
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