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"great commission" Discussed on Kingdom Family Talks Podcast

Kingdom Family Talks Podcast

05:16 min | 8 months ago

"great commission" Discussed on Kingdom Family Talks Podcast

"The tv they. They are an indigenous technology. So another rap. I'm an engineer. I like drawing charts so another this ramp chart here. It's almost like x squared. It goes up at the same time and it has to do with internet and it has to do with a cell phones because there's more cell phones in the world than there are people. Yeah exactly so you lay the fact that this amazing thing that's happening on our shift which is all the translation of all the scriptures as the story of jesus. The story of a love is being finished forever. Language in the whole world for the first time in history of the great commission. And there's also a means of dissemination and a generation whose indigenous around the world to technology is all happening at the same time. Well why do you think all of this is happening right now. Why are we. I say we are the second. Most bless generation in wolves history. The first one was if we took you by two thousand years ago and we definitely have to say was the most remarkable time when jesus showed on the scene and the king of the kingdom was born. But i believe we are the second most important generation that has ever. We have the only generation for two thousand years. That had the opportunity to finish the unfinished. Anyway the only generation with two thousand years that have lived that can fulfil do great commission and see that this good news or this gospel will be preach as a witness or testimony tall nation. So my question is how do we do that. When we are generation that a warrant for such time as i said has been entrusted with everything that is needed to be able to feel this earth with glory. Well i'll answer that with a little story. I banker friend of yours right. I think you're even on her blood democracy a friend of ours. Would i would call her a friend but she is so much my hero and i feel so much like an underachiever when i'm around her because she loves so well so we were in pemba and she came up to was a graduation there and she came in prayed for stephanie. My wife and i and stephanie how you doing steffi. I feel like i'm pregnant with two babies. I don't know what that means. And you know how you just got all full of the holy spirit and she says i know their names instead. Tell me that her name's she said the names are word which we've been talking about the word of god and power while word and power..

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Podcasts Are the New Pulpit With Misty Philip, Host of 'By His Grace'

Podcast Movement 2021

00:40 sec | 10 months ago

Podcasts Are the New Pulpit With Misty Philip, Host of 'By His Grace'

"Friends sunny galt who works at zen caster. She says podcast are the new pulpit. And i think we really did see that over the pandemic when people couldn't go to church but i think there's another aspect another layer to that in that we can reach people all over the world and fulfill the great commission from the comfort of our own home in to me that's astounding that. The gospel message is going into places in the world where there is a. Small percentage of christians and people are being filled with messages of hope and love. And that is just really exciting to

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"great commission" Discussed on OG

OG

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"great commission" Discussed on OG

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"great commission" Discussed on OG

OG

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"great commission" Discussed on OG

"Them christians and the indians and the spanish every place that they went with these mission trips in order to act out the great commission fulfil what they thought what they understood to be the way to the great commission it was always a sense of the better people helping the lesser people but this evil philosophy that underlines christianity of this kind christianity of this kind which measures the value of people according to their religious beliefs is incorrect. It must be checked. It must be rethought. It must be reexamined. The problem to carry pope urban the second and to modern day conservatives christian conservatives is that the belief that god is contained in the scriptures of the bible operating in the confinements of christianity only they falsely believe that any god talk any god talk outside of those parameters is talked against christianity and against god so the traditional execution of the great commission as going out into the world in blessing nations their with blessing the nations with what they are missing which is a superior religious understanding that should be rejected the greatest commandment and commissioning according to jesus was to love and i read from matthew twenty to thirty six to thirty eight teacher which commandment in the law is the greatest. Jesus said to him. You shall love the lord your guy with all your heart with all your soul. In all your mind this is the greatest and first commandment what would it look like. If the great commission was understood in practiced from this perspective a commandment to live out your faith from a place of love and respect for your neighbors spiritual identification with god and self following the greatest commandment according to jesus loving god with all your heart soul and mind should be the understanding of what the great commission is. The bible goes on to say in the next version. Shall love your neighbor as yourself. Now rather than be love of god self and humanity according to hinduism islam judaism or through spiritual practices outside of religion the call from jesus muhammad krishna and the prophets of the first testament is to love god self and humanity love of god self inhumanity is the divine call now requiring them to abandon their own spiritual and unique religious practices in order to accept your own as being superior. What would it look like. If those fulfilling the great commission focused on being christian instead of focused on making christians. Now i understand that christianity offers salvation to humanity and a genuine relationship with ga. But what if. I have my own. And i have no need for your idea of god and humanity. What if one does not need your idea of salvation. Because they have their own their own connection with god in their own messiah their own scriptures and their own spiritual practices. What then can you offer them. That is of any. What the can you submit of your theology and.

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"great commission" Discussed on OG

OG

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"great commission" Discussed on OG

"That create their call -tural norms Their knowledge and understanding of god. And and things like therefore the whole person is unwelcomed hannity and some of the beautiful and amazing aspects that make a person uniquely who on what they are will require rejection in order to be accepted by god. This makes the convert less than a whole person as coming to christianity demands that they must come to the autre absence of non-christian concepts of spirituality. Absent of pieces of themselves. The old person is gone but a new person is born. But the newness is not a better version of the original rather. The person is new due to being. Mutated missing elements of self spirituality. in karcher. The truth the truth of who. What you are william carry in his seventeen ninety two book entitled an inquiry into the obligations of christians to use means for the conversion of the heathens wrote. And i'm going to quote from his book. Says it must undoubtedly strike every considerate mind. What a vast proportion of the sons of adam there are who yet remained in the most deplorable state of heathen darkness without any means of knowing the true god except what they are afforded by nature by the works of nature. Now this is an effort by carey in in this book and seventeen ninety two to inspire christians to answer the call of the great commission and carry goes on in a book to our chapters describing non-christians as desperate barbarians who are in spiritual intellectual darkness. At one point he a. He says he's scribes them as eating human flesh malicious and evil hopeless of knowing god in any meaningful way without the gospel. Now this is. This is a similar message which pope urban the second game to the crusaders that led to the slaughter of jewish men jewish and muslim men women and children this is also the ideology that gave birth to white supremacy given whites the christian authority to enslave africans and an assumed obligation to add value to them.

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"great commission" Discussed on OG

OG

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"great commission" Discussed on OG

"A new idea of god. The great commission it's understood to be a global conversion project that seeks to establish one perspective of god and one perspective of the self the belief that the gospel is the ultimate word of god. And the only truth reveal to mankind is what christians feel gives them the divine permission to degrade the unique spiritual carter's in religious structures of people's that they evangelized to given christian the divine power and responsibility to overthrow. Throw out in up route all things outside christianity to fulfil the call of the great commission. The great commission when understood as a call to save nonbelievers is problematic in a categorization era. While a non believer can always refer to a non-christian. It is not necessarily one that does not believe in god. The language is a derogatory and that one is without a meaningful spiritual life and efficient belief in god due to the un acceptance of the christian faith while a non-christian can have a very fulfilling faith system that enables a connection with god and authentic knowledge of self that encourages love of community nature in neighbor. The great commission suggests that that type of faith system that type of connection to god that type of knowledge of self that type of expression of love for humanity is inferior to the type of spirituality knowledge love in god connection made available through christianity and therefore desperately needs to be corrected. It is this misunderstanding of non christian faith systems and the great commission. That is the motivation. For the demonization of their methods of life religion self awareness and identification of god a different understanding of the great commission should be adopted in order to respect their creativity in which god has uniquely presented. God's self to her humanity a non-christians spiritual understanding rooted. And glorification of god love of self human equality and respect of creation should not be considered an authentic and replaced by christianity which was the same values but are just exercise different practices and traditions. The way commissioners used by christians to make people better by making them christian. The battering comes at the cost of making the convert a less than by stripping them of the specifics that create their unique identity.

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"great commission" Discussed on OG

OG

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"great commission" Discussed on OG

"Hello thank you for joining us on. The spiritually curious podcast. This is your host kat leak and today we will be discussing the great commission or actually rethinking the great commission how the great commission is is understood in practice. Today does harm to other spirituality. Other religious cultures and understandings. I want to examine a new way to a way to rethink the great commission. How it is understood and how it actually should be exercise. The great commission was was given to the eleven disciples of jesus as described in matthew twenty eight nineteen through twenty in it costs for a global baptism in education based on the teachings of jesus and matthew twenty eight thousand nine hundred twenty reads as follows. Go there for it. Make disciples of all nations baptizing them in the name of the father and of the son and of the holy spirit and teaching them to obey everything. I have commanded you now. Christians have historically incorrectly interpreted the great commission as being a directive to share and even at times force. The gospel message onto non-christians as the exclusive method of spiritual evolution for mankind in order for a monotheistic religions such as christianity judaism or even islam to preserve the exclusive title of holder of ultimate truth all meaningful access to god and human purpose. M- us unequivocally reside within his borders. There can be no other way to god. Were to discover in exercise. Your purpose as a human being christianity is believed to have the exclusive power to free person from a state of spiritual ignorance saving them from catastrophic consequences. Now in an afterlife when the objective of the great commission is to say as many so's as possible for me non christian way of life. It is assumed that other spirituality are ineffective in the development of systems of morality. Ethics karcher Self identity in knowing who got is for the christian taken part in achieving a universal christian mindset is the appropriate response to the call of the great commission. But this also caused an elimination of all other methods of knowing. God that are not christian. Non-christians are referred to as lost souls. Those darkness the deaf dumb and blind. The unbelievers of god those void of any good heathens enemies of god. But this can all be changed. They can be spiritually rejuvenated by the gospel. Which is the superior religious practice and methods of living. Not only are other spirituality without power in value so are the people that practice them and the great commission is what is believed to make them better. But we're going to examine a different way to define the exercise and purpose of the great commission. One that is not Reject photo of other people's unique spiritual identities one that is welcoming of that and one that allows a christian to remain beyond christian but also allows another to be to continue to identify with their own unique spiritual identities. What value do the theological. Beliefs of non christians have when christians have as a contingency of their faith a great commission which commands them to procure from humanity the freedom to know god according to their own cordial and spiritual dynamics this is done by saying that this gospel this religion is superior to your own and therefore must be used to cleanse you to cure you of your spiritual ignorance to replace your ideas about god self in culture and give you new ideas a new spiritual identity..

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God's Passion for the Nations (Zechariah 8:20-23)

Pray the Word with David Platt

05:40 min | 1 year ago

God's Passion for the Nations (Zechariah 8:20-23)

"Zachariah chapter eight versus twenty. Three twenty three thus says the lord of hosts people's shell yet come even the inhabitants of many cities the inhabitants of one city. Go to another saying. Let us go at once. To entreat the favor of the lord and to seek the lord of hosts. I myself going. Many peoples in strong nation shall come to seek the lord of hosts in jerusalem and to entreat the favor of the lord thus says the lord of hosts in those days. Ten men from the nations of every tongue shall take hold of the robe of a jew saying let us go with you for. We have heard that god is with you I think. I said in a previous episode zachariah. Four six for my favorite verse in zachariah. It's an awesome verse. But so are these like these might my favorite to like xetra. Eight twenty two twenty three this picture did you hear it. We prayed through this and zachariah to part of why i want us to pray through it again as you again. This keeps coming up making clear when we see something repeated over and over and over again in god's word we need to open our eyes. God is passionate about bringing all the nations from every tongue to be among his people. And that's the picture. I love particularly verse. Twenty three here thus says the lord of hosts in those days ten men from the nations of every tongue so all nations. the picture. ten men from the nations of every tongue shall take hold of the rope of a covenant. People have gone in the old testament. But here's all these gentile nations of every time taking a hold of the robe of the people of god saying we wanna go with you for. We've heard the god is with you. That is innocence. Great commission picture. Here in the old testament make disciples of all nations go to all the nations that they might see in you. The spirit of god the love of god the grace of god and the gospel of got the day might go with you like picture picture. This way here. We are you and i who were followers of jesus on road that leads to eternal glory to heaven to place where there's no more no more no more suffering in no more death we will be with god in perfect harmony with god with all people who've trusted in jesus new have north. That's where we're going like we're on a road that leads there. And on the way. Jesus says go make disciples of all nations in other words. Go to all the peoples of every tongue zachariah eight twenty three and introduce them to the love and mercy and the grace of god in jesus so they might go with you because they know god is with you day. See where you're going and they wanna be a part of it and revelation seven says it's going to happen one day all the nations all the tribes all tongues all the languages people from all the nations will find themselves at the throne of god seeing his praise for his salvation. So we pray. God police bringing about we pray day after day after day just taught us to pray. Jesus our father in heaven hallowed be your name and all the three all the earth to know. You're great we want all the the know your gracious and glorious all the earth all the tongues to signor praise all the tongues to sing your praise surgery. Pray for the cra. Mogae kurds in iraq. Three point four million americans for as we can tell no. There are hundreds of followers of jesus among the kurds of iraq. I think about churches. I know among the kurds in iraq. We praise you for the presence of the gospel. Their god we pray that the gospel would spread through them like a wildfire. The good news of your grace and your mercy caused it to spread specifically among muslim kurds. Who are blinded to the glory of jesus right and they believe false things about jesus god in their eyes to the truth of who jesus is what you as done for their sin and draw them. We pray to faith in you to salvation in you. We created kerr mogae. Kurds would see followers of jesus in churches there in iraq and they would say we see the lord is with you and they would say we wanna go with you where you're going. God we pray for. That reality moniker. Mogae kurds among thousands of other people groups right now. Who don't know the good news of your love. In jesus god bring about we pray zachariah. Eight twenty two twenty three in us. Our lives toward that in our prayers right now could bless our prayers for the accomplishment of this missionary pray and bless our use of every gift of grace in our lives for the spread of your glory in north we. Jesus name amen.

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"great commission" Discussed on The Bible Says What!?

The Bible Says What!?

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"great commission" Discussed on The Bible Says What!?

"Special guest is the lead pastor at the cornerstone church in detroit. Scho- tyler sinclair. Hey how you guys doing. Glad to have yawn man. Thanks for taking time out of your busy schedule in having the conversation appreciate it. My pleasure. Mock leisure well today. We decided to discuss the great commission. But i like to get to know a little bit more about you. Tell us a little bit about your scherf. I'm gonna give you the long and short of my journey. Yeah i'm born born and raised in detroit michigan. I grew up <hes>. Grew up at a situation that we <hes>. It's pretty common <hes>. Single parents and the <hes>. In the city and struggled and ran the streets and the very similar story a lot of people <hes>. That are ministry six to reach <hes>. In the city of detroit but <hes>. I born and raised in church. But i decided at the age of eighteen and my infinite wisdom that i was done with god. Donald church didn't want when have anything to do with this <hes>. Beings that i thought was irrelevant in my life and <hes>. Yeah whitten <hes>. On my birthday when got got got a tattoo and decided that <hes>. I'm done <hes>. One one year later one year later. I'm asking jesus <hes>. To say before for my fans and surrender my life to the lord. Jesus so what. A difference. A year year makes so they age of nineteen. I surrendered to christ and <hes>. What what struck me was <hes>. My church experience was <hes>. Church with the destination church. Which is the place that people came. I thought it was just a social thing. I thought it was just something that people came and did and got their religious goods and services and when i began to read scripture sure <hes>. I saw that there was. There should be an urgency behind the church that there should be a zeal and the desire to see people come to know and follow jesus and to see people <hes>. From the wrath. Adjustment of god. So i think i for this is this is different. What i'm when i'm reading a scripture is different from what i'm seeing and what i'm experiencing and <hes>. So i i got saved <hes>. In september of two thousand and one in december just a few months. Later i was telling my pastor that i feel called to ministry they nineteen years old and everyone thought i was insane <hes>. And i felt insane. But i knew that <hes>. This burden at the lower had put on my heart with something. I couldn't took away until i got older <hes>. Like i experienced <hes>. Life transformation through the gospel. Jesus and i wanted that for everyone that i came in contact with since since nineteen. I have been <hes>. Like old thanks for say running for jesus and it's been a wild ride and i've just seen so much of the lord's grace <hes> <hes>. In the last twenty something years of kind of know about this tattoo was it. Like i'm done with you. Got a tattoo like it was it was it was. It was just my my my <hes>. Rebellion me sticking my flag in the ground. I i gotta i gotta t and then. After i became a christian. I change the ten talk cross. Of course so how convenience. It was just <hes>. This was hey <hes>. I'm outwardly a rebellion. I'm choosing a life without you <hes>. And that was a sign of that but <hes>. Thank god his grace. He's gracious in carnegie and he caught me to himself and save me from myself so college. The tuesday curious the great commission. Let's <hes> let's start that matthew twenty eight we've got the great commission eighteen through twenty <hes>. Mark fifteen sixteen says the same thing. <hes> <hes> the message basically is go out and preach my work <hes> <hes>. Why do you think it is that you're the one that's supposed to do this. So i love the great commission. And it's been a passes that i've referred to when and and and and basically human oriented my life around this great commission and the part that i think we often overlook is <hes>. The beginning part. Before right before get right. Before jesus gives the great commission inverse <hes>. eighteen <hes>. Verse eighteen matthew twenty aching and jesus <hes>. Came and said to them. All authority in heaven and earth has been given to me <hes>. so jesus is making. That's a very big weighty statement. All of the all authority in the entire universe has been given to me

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The Great Commission with Tyler St. Clair

The Bible Says What!?

05:27 min | 1 year ago

The Great Commission with Tyler St. Clair

"Special guest is the lead pastor at the cornerstone church in detroit. Scho- tyler sinclair. Hey how you guys doing. Glad to have yawn man. Thanks for taking time out of your busy schedule in having the conversation appreciate it. My pleasure. Mock leisure well today. We decided to discuss the great commission. But i like to get to know a little bit more about you. Tell us a little bit about your scherf. I'm gonna give you the long and short of my journey. Yeah i'm born born and raised in detroit michigan. I grew up Grew up at a situation that we It's pretty common Single parents and the In the city and struggled and ran the streets and the very similar story a lot of people That are ministry six to reach In the city of detroit but I born and raised in church. But i decided at the age of eighteen and my infinite wisdom that i was done with god. Donald church didn't want when have anything to do with this Beings that i thought was irrelevant in my life and Yeah whitten On my birthday when got got got a tattoo and decided that I'm done One one year later one year later. I'm asking jesus To say before for my fans and surrender my life to the lord. Jesus so what. A difference. A year year makes so they age of nineteen. I surrendered to christ and What what struck me was My church experience was Church with the destination church. Which is the place that people came. I thought it was just a social thing. I thought it was just something that people came and did and got their religious goods and services and when i began to read scripture sure I saw that there was. There should be an urgency behind the church that there should be a zeal and the desire to see people come to know and follow jesus and to see people From the wrath. Adjustment of god. So i think i for this is this is different. What i'm when i'm reading a scripture is different from what i'm seeing and what i'm experiencing and So i i got saved In september of two thousand and one in december just a few months. Later i was telling my pastor that i feel called to ministry they nineteen years old and everyone thought i was insane And i felt insane. But i knew that This burden at the lower had put on my heart with something. I couldn't took away until i got older Like i experienced Life transformation through the gospel. Jesus and i wanted that for everyone that i came in contact with since since nineteen. I have been Like old thanks for say running for jesus and it's been a wild ride and i've just seen so much of the lord's grace In the last twenty something years of kind of know about this tattoo was it. Like i'm done with you. Got a tattoo like it was it was it was. It was just my my my Rebellion me sticking my flag in the ground. I i gotta i gotta t and then. After i became a christian. I change the ten talk cross. Of course so how convenience. It was just This was hey I'm outwardly a rebellion. I'm choosing a life without you And that was a sign of that but Thank god his grace. He's gracious in carnegie and he caught me to himself and save me from myself so college. The tuesday curious the great commission. Let's let's start that matthew twenty eight we've got the great commission eighteen through twenty Mark fifteen sixteen says the same thing. the message basically is go out and preach my work Why do you think it is that you're the one that's supposed to do this. So i love the great commission. And it's been a passes that i've referred to when and and and and basically human oriented my life around this great commission and the part that i think we often overlook is The beginning part. Before right before get right. Before jesus gives the great commission inverse eighteen Verse eighteen matthew twenty aching and jesus Came and said to them. All authority in heaven and earth has been given to me so jesus is making. That's a very big weighty statement. All of the all authority in the entire universe has been given to me

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Ep 26 Excerpt: Converse > Debate

Youth Ministry Maverick: Mold-Breaking NextGen Investment

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Ep 26 Excerpt: Converse > Debate

"You're on and it's simply this. If I'm forming my rebuttal while someone is addressing me, I'm not really interested in hearing what it is. They have to say and why yeah, and so the first step is off work to make sure your understanding what the other person is saying to you and why the assessment of that can come later and come a little bit down more down the road when you all are actually agreed about what it is that you're talking about. And so most difficult conversations need two steps. The first is are we understanding each other and more importantly are we understanding what's motivating us to say what we're saying our concerns are and then you move to the assessment level. Unfortunately, we always conflate those we can fly them in a way in which we try and create a debate cuz we're worried about who's right versus trying to understand one another and when you do it, when you engage on that basis alone, you almost never make progress in a conversation.

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09:57 min | 1 year ago

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"Up and then dead. And then oh professionally renew World Outreach that again is just been a part of my refining as well. So that's what I do professionally and has a guy just I work with just partnering Church's Ministries missionaries and even are those who who are just giving financially into missions to just kind of connect up. And help to to just multiply efforts. We do that through technology and and training so renew outreach.org shoutout shoutout to renew out definitely I got them on the screens and also in the comment section in the main live stream go out and support these phenomenal Outreach organizations that of course our our spot off our hand sponsored by Larisa and her team and so shout out again unto those that are doing the work and those that are connecting the dots. We've come to the final session sis of birth. Interview where we allow the guests to leave some final jewels of wisdom some final thoughts on that. You can drop on those who are watching in the replay the live stream of the watch parties. We talked about a lot of things this this evening, especially when it comes to the Great Commission episode 140, we've talked about the usage of technology. And as you said people getting their Mind Set On Using technology as as another not just social reason, but even using for Mission and Outreach for religious organizations are we talked about the importance of young people that look like myself and you that are gen Z years are millennials or even the new Alpha generation that is some of our younger nieces and nephews and sisters and brothers that are just still in the school system Traditional School System. We've talked about the importance of saving up your money or even allowed People to sponsor your mission trips and so what would be a final Jewel for thought that you want to leave with people that are watching you on today's interview and the Great Commission Church in why they should be a part of it and not just be on the sidelines. Get one man. Final jewel is just And nothing else satisfies. I just don't know what else we would be doing. If not partnering with God to see his glory around the earth and maybe that's just me but I would say that page. There's I just seems like there's not a greatest honor and it doesn't mean abandon the things that we do day-to-day caring for our family caring for our co-workers or loved ones staying healthy. Just all the things that consume but there has to be a desire to see happen in the earth what God wants to see happen in the earth and his one wish was that he wishes that men Shall Perish wage. I just want I would say we should ask ourselves as that also our wish and then if it is like what what are you doing? What are you what are you doing to fulfill that wish for God? And and and so yeah, I just it's it's my greatest privilege. I really honestly I can't think off when I start to count it all up when I'm you know, not not finding myself complaining about stuff and and all wrapped up in other things when I really am just sober-minded and and thinking straight. I'm like, oh man. I just can't think of anything else. I can't think of anything else that I'd rather be doing. So that's you I would be it would be just my pleasure to speak with next steps. And yeah to just help you with next steps. And if that's not you there's there's there's no shame in it. I would say just find out what why you're here find out what your purpose is to find out why you were created and and get the to know the one that was created or that get to know the one that created you and again and I I'd log Make myself available if anybody has any questions about that as as well, how do you how do you get to know God and and how do you how do you grow in relationship with him? So I love I love it. My final Jewel along with you says would just be definitely we were created to be fruitful and multiply but also most importantly we were created to serve a lot of people love to be served by their spouses their loved ones significant others, but are they are are they able to serve others and not pay may not for the pat-on-the-back not for the Applause. But are you able to serve even in Silence with people don't even know that you are volunteering and that you are helping and that you are also sewing into others that may not even be able to pay you back. And so I always like to challenge people that are are young if you are under the age of forty especially wage. Who are you serving? And also, do you know your purpose because if you don't I found my purpose in serving and you've been serving in Outreach and serving in the ignition work. I'm definitely called to go to the nation's. I already talked to Larisa about that when we first met. So what and who are you serving? If you're surfing things that are fleeting like money your phone number being your position at work that all that all can go by by just as we've seen with covid-19, but I would rather serve something that is more beneficial as an asset for your future and thankfully comes from One Source. If you don't know who his name is you better ask somebody cuz Larisa already dropped it a lot interview today, but some people still not awake into that package, but definitely who are you serving would be my final Jewel? It's been a pleasure. Which food is this evening Larisa? I know we definitely are going to have to have a part you later off. If people need to hear more about why they should get connected with you and also your Mission Outreach and also your organizations and churches that you're a part of because it is much-needed. I talk with my friend circles that are our age why they should go on missions and why it's important to get involved and not be on the sidelines and you put it so eloquently why they should have like this as a challenge for them to do for twenty Twenty-One. And so what I'm going to say is a quick prayer overview and then allow you to let people know one last time when they can get in touch with you if they have any questions or any follow-up things that they want to talk to you about and then I hope you enjoy the rest of your evening. Awesome. Thanks, Julian for sure father God. I just want to thank you took the risk of being able to come on here for the rtj show and just be a messenger of Truth just be a messenger that is competent. And also that is able to just let people know the Dead. Horton's of doing the Great Commission and doing the work there's many sideliners as many naysayers. There's even many Watchers, but she hopefully lit a match and lit a fire under someone's heart this evening to get off of the sidelines get out of the stands and get to get into the game because this is a big beautiful world that you created and there are people that need our service they need our talent they need our gifts. And so we thank you for her calling. We thank you for her passion. We thank you even for her Mission and also her Ministry that you are birthing out of her to even help in a Jules on the international platform. We pray that you will bless our hands bless her her finances even blessed her with more resources and more undefined connections on that. She didn't even imagine in 2020 and also in 20 21. We thank you Lord. We love you and we praise you for her voice of wisdom in this in Jesus name. I pray amen birth. And thank you ever let them know how they can reach out to you one last time and then I'll let you enjoy the rest of the evening. Yeah, if you just want to get in touch with me specifically Larisa a true new Outreach. Org. My Facebook is Larissa Edmund and then I G is the service array so you can you can be M or or message me. However, you want to get in contact with love to talk about this subject or any of the things that we discussed. So yeah, no doubt. We appreciate you coming on again for the Arts. So episode 140 is in books and we'll talk soon. Thank you so much Larisa. I talks little piece. All right. So I'm going to do a quick Jewels for thought you heard from Larisa literally dropping the jewels on Mission work and also on being a messenger. We we always here in different religions that they are messengers of who they worship as their God. But if you do honor and also believe and yeah you believe in Yeshua hamashiach that he is the son in that he is the Son of God definitely you are a messenger. You are called to be a messenger. You are called to spread his message and also the Light Within his message to the ends of the Earth, but there are some people that are still scared a lot of friends of mine family of mind. They would rather travel for weddings for um for engagements there. They don't travel for different family reunions. They'll travel for even a.

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05:21 min | 1 year ago

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"And I'm not saying that it's only cellphones. I'm just saying for the places that you're wondering. Well, how do I get to it or or how can I or what they're there is now a way and and it really is through technology. And so part of what I do everyday is just find ways to harness technology. Why don't there's Engineers, but I think I work with people to just figure out best Solutions and I would just say that there really is a way to get to everybody whether you speak a different language whether you have a dick Culture whether you have the same culture and maybe you just don't know how to bring somebody along. There are entirely too many resources out there to not be engaged. And so where do I see missions going? I see I I I hope what I'm seeing is the church waking up and us being on The Cutting Edge of of creative means of reaching out people. If none other than what has happened with covet and everybody screwing to get on Zoom. I hope that that is a just a gateway to more of that type of creative thinking of what can I do? Where can I be and how can I best serve and it And so I just think that it doesn't mean technology doesn't necessarily mean being less relational. It doesn't mean not discipling. It doesn't mean hands off. It's just a tool and a way and I you know, I I am what I am seeing on my side being kind of on a maybe more just official role in this kind of missions community and I kind of odd don't love that term missions Community cuz it almost sounds like it's separate from the church. But anyways, I'm just seeing like a just a crazy migration of all denominations all like second choice of work coming together because I think we're all like we can't do this by ourselves. Like we we were going to have to get rid of the things that have separated us in the past to do the thing that God said and I just I just see the weight of Glory falling and people being like, all right. I need to I need to do something and so I am hoping and I believe it's happy. I believe it's happening on a personal level because I can't believe that it's only me that's getting jacked up by the Holy Spirit during the season, you know, or he's just trying to like teach us, you know what I mean? It's just make us more like him, but I I think that it's also happening on a church level and I think that it's also happening on just a global level where there's just a a coming together. I think it was always a way it was supposed to be and I was just thinking about Revelations eighteen today in earlier before we started this like at the end of the at the end of the book at the end of the story we know about Jesus wins Godwin's right, but there's this beautiful banquet dinner and there's this beautiful combination of all Nations gathered together, and I just I just want to I want to be a part of bringing in that Harvest and and in the fact that that unborn right now, you're anybody who's listening is a live right now off. Right. There's just an there's just an opportunity like there's never been and so we just have to ask ourselves. What part are we playing? So true that's so true, especially in this day and age we gotta be able to to know that whether you believe in pre or post-tribulation wage. Definitely there is going to be tribulation happening, especially with with the way things are looking right now for those that are just tuning in. We're here with my bank will guess Arisa Edmund. I'm about to come back on the screen and one quick second my mouse just tried to keep me off the screen says that's okay. But let's say by power cord would like to I guess we were supposed to talk about that. Yeah that does the powers-that-be trying to hate on me and this Mac MacBook Pro. I'm all but definitely talk talk to us a little bit about Outreach Ministries. I put it on the screen so that people can can stay in touch with y'all. How can they how can they get in touch with you? I have your your your handles to but talk to us about how can they reach? Out to you Brandi. Yeah. Yeah, I'll start on the bottom and work my way up the hand of the Lord International Church major shout out to them. I have been discipled loved just everything you could you could possibly want in a just a local family by by my church. And so they handle Lord International. Like I said, we've just been starting from the ground up just building a an awareness and a mindset and a heart set after God's Global, you know Global art and so he's he's an on Mission God. He's always been after man. He's always been after reconciling everybody back to himself. And so I took that back up next year. So stay tuned on our on our website the handout us for when those those classes will start back.

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07:15 min | 1 year ago

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"Me, but if you don't have a local church get a local church. You think that that's really important. I just think that's right already. It is absolutely priority and again pray ask the Lord to show you where your mail is being delivered and who is is set to be the shepherd, you know, how long Your life and over you and so and then I would say that you know, there's a lot of ways to go there are sending organizations and and you can talk to Google them but they're sending organizations. So places Mission schools youth with a mission. There's some local ones here in the Atlanta area. I know a couple of people who went through a game called, you know adventures in missions. There's they're sending organizations that you basically have to qualify for and and they help you with the process of support raising and do the the prep work to get ready to go that kind of thing and both short-term and long-term instances. And then there's you know, there's there's specific type of sending organizations wage. Is that maybe make it more of like a a life a life commitment type of situation. There's there's so many sending organizations. There's That yeah that that you're kind of seconded into and and you you can get insurance through them. I mean, there's just so many options and if anybody's interested in knowing some of those options, maybe you guys can just walk Julian you're going to post some information of how to contact me. I'd be happy to share them with out just kind of rolling through a list. So I would say, you know figure out you know, after those first few steps figure out, you know, in which way you're supposed to go. Is it is it just short term is it to support maybe a Ministry that's on the ground. Is it long-term? What does that actually look like for you? And and and and what's going to serve? You know, what God's asking you to do and then and then I would say yeah and invite your family and friends to be a part of the journey. I think there's nothing more rewarding. I just enjoy so much sharing the stories when I come back and how God Has Changed Me and and that kind of thing and I've I'm probably guilty of meeting time to like have it all soak in bath. Before I actually share and sometimes I kind of then get busy and don't share the breadth of everything that's going on. So, I think it's it's just really important that you know, I would say while you're there to just make sure you're taken pictures and you're making mental notes because I think the people who are are on the journey with you they want to be on it with you. And so you should consider them along the way and you know people that I support financial gain through prayer and and you know in Mission, yeah that that's just super important to me is that I'm kind of there with them. So so yeah, so I would say pray find a local church pray again reach out to me. If you're looking for a way to you know, take to get sent or two to get partnered up with the sending organization. And then yeah, that's it. Yeah, I think that answers the question. Yeah. Yeah, and that's that's just letting people know step-by-step you heard from Larisa how to get involved in your first mission, especially for those who have birth. Going on a mission before I've gone on one Larisa has gone on some I literally had mine canceled for this year and going to Sierra Leone because the Cove it but definitely not going to be in the East again for for those that aren't afraid to travel to the big continents of Asia and mother Africa. Definitely. The East is is definitely where it's at right now, So as Larissa's said pray and see if you are called to be out in the East because it is real out there. And so what I wanted to wind down as we get ready to close out with your final rules in a second Larisa, let's talk about where do you see the Great Commission moving especially into the future with technology picking up more often. I know we've talked about missionaries that are actually stationed in different continents in different countries that might not be as open to again professing Christ and professing wage. That they are a follower of yeah, like talked to us about where do you see technology in education even migrating the new age missionary off the new age messenger that's going to these nations. Like where do you see missionary work evolving to in the future? This is good. I want to make sure to capture this. This is really good in this this probably transitions really clearly into what I do everyday, so I don't want to start this. Okay, this is so important to me. We live in an unprecedented time. This is probably going to sound like a plea and in fact, is it is we live in an unprecedented time. Meaning there's not been another time like this time on Earth. It all creation. Okay. And the thing that is happening is for the first time ever there really is a way to to fulfill the Great Commission off and you're probably like, how how are we going to reach all nations? And if you guys don't know that that word Nations inside of Matthew twenty-eight and and sprinkled throughout the Great Commission is actually God knows it's it's people group as distinct people groups with distinct cultures and languages. So so we're talking predominantly cross-cultural Works. We're trying to see worshippers off every people group around the world you and I that should that should be the goal and in that starts at home and it and it spirals out right and and not necessarily in a Succession that way but but consistently back and forth. Does that make sense? Like we're always doing all of it. And so so what that means is we've got an opportunity and the way is is that it's sir technology. I know people have various feelings about technology and using technology for the gospel and not technology for different things with the truth is is that typically the church and and the missions world is like ten years behind because we've got all of our Hang-Ups about what what technology means and not getting wrapped up with certain things. But the truth is is that there are actually more cell phones in the world than there are people And that's on on on our watch that's like in our lifetime that's happening. It's never happened before so that means that every single person can actually be reached if that sinks in to your heart and it doesn't just stop at your mind. And that means that you've got a responsibility. I have a responsibility because if during my watch everybody can be reached am I doing to reach them right.

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05:19 min | 1 year ago

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"God right? And and then I'm like here's the thing. I can't think of another person another anything that song. That compares to that I can't name a person or any God or any anything that has met as many needs and does what you do and not just for me for everybody else. So they're really there has to be a way in which we know God intimately when we know like there's there's no rival to him. He is not he's not silence. He's the angels are literally ministering right now off the like there's a a great Heavenly rejoicing that's happening right now whether we want to join in or not, so I don't I don't know if that answers the question, but I'm just I'm speaking of myself as well, but I just in like Cancel what I would really like what law really cancels it right. I'm paying like, I don't know. No, you're right. You're right. That's something that Mom. I talked to a lot of my my fellow Brethren and sisters about especially the way that the media is really taking hold of how bout with being cow people move what people believe fake news we know has been on the high-rise since Obama and Trump presidency. And so it's like the lies often more entertaining than the truth. And so what's the what's the reason that people should stand for truth or even two? Yeah here and more to a truth nowadays because the lies are more entertaining and all that more spread. And so for those that are just tuning in. I'm here dropping the jewels or allowing her to drop the jewels while I'm listening with my special guest Larisa Edmond 4 a.m. Episode 140 of our TJ again if you have any questions for my special guest as we do a quick Public Service Announcement, you can definitely list them in the comments section, but we want to make sure that we give a special shout-out to our VIP jewels that have been sewing to our ministry here for our TJ that have been tirelessly working to make sure that our show is able to reach International audiences with guests that we've had on the show since 2019. And so but those entrepreneurs those sponsors or even if you are a fellow Jew that is watching in the watch party or the live stream of the replay all of these names that you see at the bottom of the screen going across these are active so words and active donors that have been a part of the success of the our TJ's Ministry and and international show and so if you feel led tonight if you've been blessed by The Jewels, yep. Chris is dropping. So exceed with us. Feel free to sow a seed three ways that I'm putting in the comment section. You can show with us via cash app. We also have PayPal wage then the last option which we've had a couple of our VIP Jewels give to recently is our Patron account. No seat is too small or too large. This does not go into my pockets. This goes back into the business services and the international Outreach for our show. And so if you've been blessed Again by tonight's episode episode 140 for the Great Commission with a special guest Larisa Edmund if you feel so feel free to so into our ministry. This is good soil that you will get a hundred fold return on your investment and so back to you Larisa so long to talk about the mission field, right? Lotta a lot of friends of mine. They can save up money to go off. So let's say Asia to Africa even to Europe a lot of of my friends they want to go to Europe but they cannot either pay for their own mission trip or tujhe have a fundraising marketing campaign for them to go with a LED organization or a partner Church to do Mission work. So what do you think are some of the financial constraints that Millennials gen Z years or even some people that maybe baby boomers that are about to retire in the next few years or that are already retired. Why do you think people can save for pleasure versus being able to save or or sponsor themselves for purpose especially for international purpose like this is a really good question and actually never even really thought about that. So here we go. You know, I think that's personal, you know, we prioritize the things we care about so, I think it's personal gain. Why you might save for one thing over the other and obviously, you know, people have to take care of, you know, the things they've got to take care of. So no, no judgment on that part. It's interesting. I was just I got a testimony earlier today from somebody and they were just talking about how much they respected a gentleman off because he was like actually they named a couple of people but but.

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03:13 min | 1 year ago

"great commission" Discussed on ??Run The Jewelz Show??

"And really honing in on the voice of God is so important because I'm otherwise you're you're kind of just out here floating but I would just say the answer your question plainly Delta that we're we're we're going to be counterculture and so we just need to get really delivered from the fear of man and the fear of failure and get yourself a wrong people who are trying to do that. Same thing. Shout out to my household who these women just keep me so grounded and convicted me in so many different ways by their lifestyle and they're just running after God so hard and and it and it just causes it sharpens me. So that's what I would say. Yeah. No, that's that's awesome wage. Normally, we appreciate the questions but those who have additional questions for Larisa. Definitely you can feel free to put them in the comments section. I will get to them shortly with checking about the Great Commission you all four episode 140 going to just cancel cancel culture as as horse has been praying in the in the whole phrase Song Pop Pop industry in entertainment. Let's talk about even folks that are canceling Jesus canceling. Yah, not just out of the history books, but even the name of Jose or Jesus Christ not being able to be said out loud. Do you see this being something especially here in the Americas in the US of a game similar to an other countries where they have other religions that are are more prevalent or even more outspoken that here in the US people that are fellow Believers like us will not dead. Be able to say Christ name out loud, or having a lot more friction compared to and other nations where people have to really be under cover or underground dog even professing to no end to follow Christ. Like what are your thoughts on twenty? Twenty-One and Beyond Sisson when it comes to not just cancel culture but even folks that are canceling y'all can't sleep Christ. That is good and very relevant. We talk about talk about it. Yeah. So here's what I think. I think that we've got it the best here in the US and so we'd better we'd better say it loud. We'd better say it without fear that Jesus is Lord and King. Like Home to be honest. The only one who can actually cancel this stuff out is the Believers. Nobody else really has there's no rival to Jesus. There's no God that's in comparison. So it's dead. We shut our mouths and we don't say the name of Jesus and we stop worshiping and we stop praying and we don't do it out loud and we don't do it in public to be honest in some ways. I feel like we are our own silence there. Like what government can stand up against God I'm saying like for real and that's not I don't want to I don't want to diminish or oh, what's the word? I don't I don't want to try to make it seem like people aren't under great persecution around this world because that.

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07:52 min | 1 year ago

"great commission" Discussed on ??Run The Jewelz Show??

"Basically to to make disciples and to teach them what Jesus had commanded and that was something that that was said to the apostles and we know the Apostle kind of the founding fathers of the early church, but later in Acts, and then just continuing through the New Testament that command to go is continuous. I am and to kind of not just deal with what's in front of you and I'm thinking about acts when an eight or a kind of says basically go to Jerusalem go to Judea Samaria and the uttermost and what we realized in all of these different passages of going is that it isn't a go just go by yourself and you know, tell people what you know, it's a very nice. Ship it go. It's a go with me. So there's there's that Copart right go with me. I'm sending you and then it's a it's do what I commanded you. So the Commandments of God or the precepts are God are connected to that. So it isn't just a go and tell them what you think they want to hear or tickle their ego or you know, start a bunch of groups or or it's literally teach them about who I am give them sound Doctrine about who I am and so I think that we get it confused and and and we just make it about a lot of different things and so for me the Great Commission is just a CO laboring with God to basically share the the greatest news of all time, which is Jesus and that he made a way so that the the Gap that sink created could be closed and we could be back in fellowship with God and that doesn't just end there. It means we then live our lives dead. You know, we live our lives then for the glory of God. It's not just like a at the cross. It stops. It's like a whole transition of us living our entire lives for the glory of God. And so for me the Great Commission is just kind of opening the door for people to come in and then and then it says disciple so the discipleship part part is the walking with people. It's not just leaving them as across like I call you guys save completely pass. I did what I was supposed to do. Let me put another, you know, notch in my belt and again performance going back to you know, the question that you asked before and I'm not guilty of that. We're all guilty of it of trying to measure our righteousness by some sort of act that we do but really what this is saying is we assure people back to me and then when you walk with them, let them see your life because their lives were meant to be watched so that they can learn how to be like me. That's so good right there. Since that's that's definitely so good the The Walking as as you talk it. I know I don't listen to to Migos but they did have a song called walk walk walk like a socket open there. So it's like you gotta be as a Believer someone that can walk it and also talk it as you walk it cuz people are looking at not just what you say, but what you do and that's biggest. I know misconceptions nowadays is that people don't think you should have to blend the two but that they're Sonata. They're Anonymous from each other instead of being honest with each other. And so but those that do have questions for my special guest Larisa Edmond, you can feel free to drop them in the comments section. If you're just tuning into our wash party here. I know we got some coming in definitely give us some heart some lights if you're enjoying the jewels that Larisa dropping on you all on this Tuesday evening, but we did have a question wage. For you Larisa we had from Delta Williams. She said thank you for being so willing to dialogue about this topic in her childhood. It was not seen as cool to be dragged around by her grandmother on Saturday to knock on doors evangelize and pass out tracts, but can you shed some light on the myths about evangelizing and following the Great Commission that seem to be permeating pop culture. So what are some myths that you want to of course knock down that people think from evangelizing following a ring pop culture how how pop culture uses those myths, just say it we're Counter Culture, so it should be cool by any means of any, you know, Current culture. It's just not it. We we have a culture of the kingdom of God. And so it's not about to be cool. It's probably going to be uncomfortable. But I think again, it's really renewing your mind. I just I'm thinking back on the times where I've been the most uncomfortable in those kind of Evangelistic situations or and honestly, I think it's when when when when when we get small thank God can really be glorified World comfortable when we're like, you know what I honestly don't even know what I'm about to say, but I feel like the world wants to use me. He's highlighting this person. He's put this person in front of me. I feel whatever way that you, you know know that you know that you know that God's talking to you. Yeah, and I promise you to here's the other thing sometimes where I am. I'm not quite sure. I'm promise you that the enemy is not about to tell you to go through something loving towards them like he's not going to ask you to do that. So usually you don't have to read If it's something like that, but I think I think it's just about being led. I think sometimes it does look like, you know going to meet your neighbors and being really intentional about creating relationships. Sometimes it just looks like hey Lord, and I would just recommend praying before I would say. Hey Lord, like how do you want to use me today? That's something I've just added back into my prayer. Like what do you want to do Thursday? And then will you use me today? That's something that my pastor kind of brought back to my remembrance something I used to do that I stopped doing which was just asking the Lord to use me that day into into life make me aware of it. So I don't just go through my day like just doing what I'm doing and not really considering like I'm here on Earth to be used right and so I would say like it looks different every time sometimes it's just a conversation with somebody, you know that I meet while I'm out and about sometimes it's deeper conversation with family and friends. It looks different. It just looks different all the time. And I think if you try to measure it on any birth Call with current culture and that's not to say that we we don't try to bridge or we don't try to make something that that a term that I like to use is just cultural Bridges page. There might be times and one of my favorites. So one of my favorite examples is a brother of mine. Shout out to to Chris from associate pastor Chris Brown, but he's just a a creative and and just a dear brother in the Lord. But one of the things I know when he came into our came into the things of God, one of the things that happened was my pastor went to his art show. Hmm, and there was a few creatives that were there but I just think about so my life is deeply impacted by both of these men. And I wonder what would have happened had my pastor not said I'm not going to go to that are show like like like it had a bunch of issues with it. I don't know kind of issues you maybe had with it. I don't I don't think many but like what would have happened and so sometimes We do eat we find ourselves in situations that we wouldn't normally find ourselves in and we do think that might be super uncomfortable. But I think at the end of the day, we just have to be led and that is why just having a personal relationship in that discipleship process and walking with people and having people around you that you can bounce stuff off of.

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"great commission" Discussed on ??Run The Jewelz Show??

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07:17 min | 1 year ago

"great commission" Discussed on ??Run The Jewelz Show??

"I have to discipline myself to not not run after this this kind of American Dream, but run after what God has for me and what God's what's really on his part. I think that that we would find that we're we're more than satisfied in that. Yeah, and you're so right, especially when it comes to Faith young people not even just that are in their twenties and thirties but I work with a lot of new friends as what we talked about when we first met and yet they don't want to be told what to do. They don't they don't even sometimes go to church as much as we had to go to church with our parents back when we were growing up, especially in the the nineties and early two thousand and it's like em nowadays the you for are literally having more Authority even sometimes over their parents and when it comes to Ministry and and especially religious beliefs no matter whether wage Are Christian or non-Christian believer definitely church is not as a mandatory as it was when all of us were growing up with that Millennial jensy or group. And so for those that are tuning in fact, we're here with my special guest this week Larisa Edmund 4 episode 140 the Great Commission, we're talking about the importance of knowing what the Great Commission is in especially having young people, especially that look like myself and larysa that are a part of the Great Commission. And so for those that may have any questions for my special guest you could list them in the comments section throughout the interview. This is an interactive show. We want to make sure that we're getting to your questions and even drop us some comments. Let us know where you're tuning in age from cuz we always like to keep track of those things for our TJ, but Larissa talked to us, what do you see are some of the the biggest fears when it comes to traveling down? Not just for pleasure. But travelling to serve especially for for folks that are our age like what are some fears that you've heard from friends from family members from even college that say like I'm trying to go just chill out at the beach. I'm just trying to get my Instagram pics at the bistro people. I was here. I'm not about that that public service Going Global. So what are your fears that you've heard from friends or colleagues? I also hey, do you mind I want to Circle back to something really quick. So what I want to say to about I would say, you know our generation and the generation after us that there is something to about this generation as far as Just having an entrepreneurial type of heart just going after stuff that I think is very unique. So I want to honor to this is next Generation that's coming cuz I know some really wonderful young people who are just going after it. They're just going after that. They're on fire for the things of God. So so while we made a huge generalization, I want to just shout out especially on a yeah, there's just a lot of young people that I think are are really on fire and there's stuff about this next Generation that I would say. I'm also jealous about you know, there's a free dog and a liberty that they have where they're kind of like I can just go do and be anything that I think you know, our generation maybe didn't have as much so if we could harness that whole part is that Zeal that creativity that fire that eagerness if we could harness that I feel like man, yeah, it would be something something amazing. So I wanted to age Circle back around cuz I don't want just think it's it's some sort of a Lost Generation. You know what I mean? I don't I don't think that at all. I think there's definitely issues but that's to be identify with every generation. So I don't want to say that part. Yeah, so you said fears fears with traveling abroad to served. Yeah, I think that they are wide-ranging and I think really they're kind of all are boiled down till it's like the fear of the unknown I think people for the most part are just insecure because they're afraid of what they don't know is in front of them and they're afraid that somehow they're not going to get something right. They're going to drop the ball like that that somehow they're going to page not perform and I think that that that those things right there are what I think prevents most people like if you really understood that the kingdom of God is upside down down there because they're afraid of what they don't know is in front of them. I'm hearing feedback. Sorry. I'm sorry. Go ahead. No, no, no, you're good. So, yeah, so I think if if if we if we remember that the kingdom of God is upside down that that we We actually leading the capacity in which we serve then we would be so eager to want to go and serve we would be so eager to want to help we'd be so eager to want to wage pursue that kind of stuff but I think the reason that it's like people are so hesitant is they just don't it's just a fear of unknown so I know at our church the Handler International Chicago out to the hand. We've just started building slowly and laying a foundation of what missions is and what does it entail to really just get all of our hearts set in an alignment with what God is asking us to do and that's really just a cold laboring a co-partnership and it's both locally and it's and it has to always be a broader. It just always has to include the nation's because that was always in his heart. So yeah. Yeah in this important just like you had mentioned to to really know what the foundation of the Great Commission is dead. Going to which which is what I know we can break down tonight because a lot of people think different terms when it comes to or definitions when it comes to what is the great commission based off what you've read and also what you have learned especially with your ministry and position that you work in for those that may not know let let people know. What is the Great Commission to Larissa wage. I think it is found in Matthew 28:19 through 20 and while the term a Great Commission, which is what we've kind of termed it isn't in isn't in that passage. It is this invitation this kind of cold laboring this invitation into relationship to do it. You know, we're gotta saying let me let me do it. The intention was always from Genesis for God to do it with us got always wanted to do it with man, right but dead. What we see in Matthew twenty-eight is is this this church unit being Thrust out and it in in the command is to go and to.

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"You just offered the introduction song for our TJ by none other than Tobe nwigwe. If you don't know who told from the swats is you definitely need to Google and YouTube that brother right now immediately on the title of that song is called shine. It was a little Soulful for you all as we go into this fall season of October. That was the shine reprise on Thursday is a recent pandemic experience LP. So go out definitely in support Independent Artists cuz told is taking the World by storm. If you have not heard of him again, you've been sleeping under a rock cuz he's doing some major work for the kingdom. Shout out to real music and also real hip-hop, but none other than the rtj show we are back for episode. 140 the Great Commission we're diving into a great fourth quarter. So we know we're in the fourth quarter of the Year. Y'all we already made it through the first three months is twenty-twenty. This has been a crazy roller coaster year not just for you but for me and for all of us and so we gotta see how this ride is going to pan out going to the end of 2020 definitely a hold on to your children hold onto your belongings cuz we going to be in for a a photo-finish for the rest of twenty, but none other than my special guest that were about to bring on 4 episode 140 the Great Commission share this content with someone, you know can benefit from the information in the jewels that we are going to be talking about with this subject tonight. I'm excited the theme for the month of October is fourth quarter. And so we're going to be talking about wage. In-game you all with the fourth quarter for those who are athletes if you're watching any Monday Night Football or any of the NBA Finals, you know, how important the second half or the fourth quarter is in whatever sport that you so desire to watch and so we gotta in this year strong despite. What politics is happening around us what whatever the pandemic off, of course the covid-19 situation the election season and anything else that's a major distraction. We gotta in this fourth quarter off strong you all and so click the notification Bell to see when we go.

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They Shall Know that I am the Lord (Ezekiel 29:6)

Pray the Word with David Platt

06:53 min | 1 year ago

They Shall Know that I am the Lord (Ezekiel 29:6)

"Zeke you'll chapter twenty, nine, verse six. Then all the inhabitants of Egypt shall know that I am the Lord. Read that again. Just just think about this statement. God. Says in this prophecy against Egypt, he's telling them what he's. GonNa. Do among them and he says then all the inhabitants of Egypt. Shall know that I am the Lord. That's a common phrase that last part we see all throughout Ezekiel, he sang it mostly God saying it through Ezekiel mostly to his people. You shall know that I am the Lord. You shall all know that I am the Lord. But now in this section of Ezekiel we see God prophesying through Ezekiel speaking to all kinds of different nations around his people. And here in this prophecy against Egypt verse six says then all the inhabitants of Egypt shall know that I am the Lord. And that verse. So significant. When we think about. The world around US look at the world around us. Perceive what is happening in the world around us. God is working in everything that is happening. Toward this end. That all the inhabitants. Of every nation. Shall know that he is the Lord. To borrow from Philippians Chapter Two verse nine to eleven one day every knee will bow and every tongue will confess that Jesus is Lord all the inhabitants. Of Egypt, all the inhabitants of the earth will not only know. That Jesus is Lord, but they will bow the knee and confess Jesus is Lord sovereign ruler of all just think about that. Think about the. Seven plus billion people in the world right now think about everyone's face. You will see today or have seen today. You will see tomorrow every one of them. Will one day not just know. That Jesus Lord they will bow to Jesus as Lord. Like how does that change the way we live? I certainly, it gives us confidence. Doesn't it that? In the end. Jesus will be exalted as Lord like amidst all the turmoil and tension we see around us in world. It's good to know that Jesus Lord over at all then one day he who is perfectly just imperfectly righteous will usher in a new habit a newer of perfect justice in perfect righteousness where he is exalted as Lord that's a hope for today. And then doesn't that. Just drive urgency in evangelism urgency to share the gospel like look at the people you see today, we'll see tomorrow like look in their eyes one day they will know and bow the need Jesus is Lord. So the question is not. Will they know she just as Lord will they bowed and Lord? The question is, will they do that now? Will they know that now bow the knee now or will they know and bow the knee when it's too late? In you know this you know this is coming so Proclaimed Jesus as Lord today like. Let Your Lips. Let your life can be the means by which they know now before it's too late the Jesus is Lord like who can you? Who Can I share the Gospel with today? Right around us, and then as we pray for people around the world who don't know the name of Jesus, don't know the gospel of you just think about the. People in Tanzania six, hundred and forty three thousand. Muslims no followers of Jesus among the charity no one who's bowing the need to Jesus his Lordship all of them will one day. Bow The knee before. Jesus. Is Lord the question is what they do it. Now where they don't, it's too late and we know that he's lured. So we go. This is why we go. This is why the Great Commission Verse Nineteen Matthew Chapter Twenty Eight therefore go and make disciples of all nations why what's the therefore referring to verse Eighteen All Authority in Heaven on earth has been given to me we go we share the Gospel, why because Jesus is Lord we go right around us to the end of the Because Jesus is Lord of also. God We pray that you would. Captivate our hearts our lives with the reality of your lordship today certainly in our own lives as we submit to your Lordship even as we've already prayed that in Ezekiel. But God is we think about. Your lordship over everyone. Over everyone. We pray. For. Children. Parents. Relatives Friends. Neighbors Coworkers who don't know you as Lord Right now God, we pray that you would bring them to know you as Lord, we pray that you would give us boldness in sharing the Gospel with him. Go that you would open their eyes. You would do a supernatural work, open their eyes to see you as Lord to submit. He was Lord, God, we pray for the spread of Your Gospel and our families among our friends among our neighbours among our co workers got. We pray that you would bring more and more and more people in Metro, Washington DC and know you as the Lord. The trust you is Laurie. Pray for that and all the cities, the places where we are gathered right now. Our country's. Got Among unreached peoples, God we pray together for the Chirazi in Tanzania God please bring the Chirazi to know Jesus. Is Lord Sin Somebody since some of us to go to the Chirazi in Tanzania, they might know that you're the Lord. They might bow the need to you as lord before it's too late they might know you as savior and Lord. God We, pray for the spread of the Gospel among the Chirazi. And among people right around US knowing. Then, all the inhabitants of the Earth shall know that you are the Lord. In Jesus Name We pray

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The Urgent Need to Make Disciples - Matthew 28:19

Pray the Word with David Platt

05:41 min | 2 years ago

The Urgent Need to Make Disciples - Matthew 28:19

"Matthew Chapter Twenty Eight. I nineteen. Go therefore. And make disciples of all nations. baptizing them in the name of the father and of the son and of the Holy Spirit. So much, we can talk about here so much. We could pray based on just that that one verse in the Great Commission but I want us to pray. Based on one truth. And what? We just read that I think many people often miss. So when Jesus says, make disciples of all nations. That is not a general command to make disciples among as many people as possible. No, that's a specific command to make disciples of all nations Ponta ethnic of all the ethnic groups. Of all the peoples of the world. So Jesus told us to go to every ethnic group. Every people group in the world and make disciples there. So what that means is, if we are not working in our lives, our families and churches to take the Gospel. To people groups ethnic groups places where the Gospel is not yet gone. Then we are disobeying the Great Commission. Disregarding what Jesus is us to do here. And the reason this is so important because. We already. And our lives and families and churches even in our churches. We spend so little on missions. Taking the Gospel to other places, but then even out of that which we spend on missions. Did you know? That ninety plus percent of missions resources in north. American churches so resources we're spending on. Missions are actually going to places in the world where the Gospel has already gone. Where churches have already been planted. Many churches even Christians when we think about missions. We think all over Latin America. We think all over sub Saharan Africa. When reality is by God's. Grace The Gospel has gone all over Latin America. All over sub Saharan Africa Yes. There are small pockets in these places, these regions where the gospels now gone, but for the most part the Gospel has gone disciples of in May, churches have been planted, and it's not wrong by any means to come alongside our brothers and sisters in these places to learn from them to work together for the glory of God, no question at the same time. We're fooling ourselves if we call that emissions when the reality is were still not obeying the mission. When ninety plus percent of our resources are going to places where the gas was already gone, and Jesus has commanded us, not suggested not implied he is crystal clear commanded us to make disciples take the Gospel, the good news of his love to people. Groups places where the gospels not yet gone. So this is why I know why. We radical started urgent, just identify the places in the world, the groups of people in the world, even the countries in the world, where there's the least access to the Gospel and to mobilize resources to go to them. It's called urgent. That's what initiatives call like. Because there's urgent need, there are people dying and going to an eternal hell who've never even heard. Nobody's even brought the good news of how they can go to heaven through Jesus to them so I just wanted to lead us to pray accordingly. Jesus we. We want to obey your. Command. We want to make your grace and your glory known among all the nations. So we pray. That you would. Open her eyes. Inner Churches to see where the Gospel is gone and to work to take the Gospel, their and our lives, and our families, and our churches to go, and to send, and to come alongside brothers and sisters who are in these places, a few brothers and sisters. I think about that we're. Partnering together with these places in the world, God help us to get behind him and work with them. For the spread of the gospel of never heard gotta we pray you think about all these countries that we're focused on an urgent like Syria God for Your glory in the Megan disciples in Bhutan North Korean. Across India and Iraq and Afghanistan and Iran Laos Lebanon Nepal and some Malia and Yemen Jesus Make Your glory known in those places and use us to do it. Don't don't let us sit back. Content to hold onto the gospel or just to take it where it's already gone God, help us to work us our efforts to take the Gospel whereas Never Gone So that disciples made in all the nations. Just as you've called to do for Your glory for the glory of the name of Jesus in all nations. We pray these

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Re-Thinking Church Missions

5 Minutes in Church History

04:24 min | 2 years ago

Re-Thinking Church Missions

"All through the history of the Church of Christ. There has been a ceaseless struggle to maintain the truth that is a quote from Alan McRae Twentieth Century Presbyterian Churchmen and Biblical scholar. He learned that quote firsthand. He was with J Gresham Machen as a student at Princeton Seminary in the late nineteen twenty s and when Mason left Princeton in one across the Delaware River over to Philadelphia to found Westminster Theological Seminary. Mcrae went along with them and a few years later in one thousand nine thirty six when Mason. Who was ousted from the Presbyterian church U S and he formed a new church the Orthodox Presbyterian church well McRae went along with him again. So what was the issue in the Nineteen Thirties and specifically in nineteen thirty six mccray is about this ceaseless struggle to maintain the truth. Will broadly speaking. The issue was liberalism and cultural progressivism This had been at work in the Presbyterian Church USA and many other denominations as well at the time from the eighteen nineties on through the roaring twenties. Mason battled it at Princeton and he was battling it. Within the denomination narrowly. Speaking the issue was missions in nineteen thirty to the fall of nineteen thirty two. A report was issued entitled Rethinking Missions. This report was then published fully in nineteen thirty three no fewer than seven volumes published by Harper again under the title rethinking missions. This project was all funded by John. D Rockefeller it had representatives from seven key positions on mission boards. In seven denominations participated. This document had two major parts. One was based on a fact finding mission and just spoke of the state of missions and the conditions of places three places in particular China and India. Japan were studied the second part raised new ways. That mission should be done and challenge the old ways that missions was being done in a nutshell. What this document wanted to promote was to advance spiritual idealism social brotherhood Economic Welfare and Cultural Unity. The rethinking part means that to think of missions as simply the Great Commission the Proclamation of the Gospel to every tribe to every nation that is too narrow and in fact has been wrong headed we need a different mission. Different approach that represents the realities of the twentieth century so missions needs to be rethought well. This deeply troubled J. Gresham mation. He saw in this and denial of the Gospel and he couldn't believe that not only did his own mission board of the Presbyterian Church U s not only did it not refute this document but it had key representatives. Who are part of it and were promoting it. This was also the time of the missionary. Pearl Buck in nineteen thirty two. She had just won the Pulitzer Prize. She was a very significant figure in American culture and she was a Presbyterian missionary. Who denied the Atonement of Christ the Deity of Christ the authority of Scripture and all of this just perplexed Mason and so he challenged his denomination. He wrote a one hundred and ten page pamphlet to go along with an overture that he introduced in his presbytery and he wanted the Presbyterian Church to refute this document. They didn't and so. In one thousand nine hundred thirty three he formed the independent board of Presbyterian foreign missions that eventually led to his ouster from his denomination and so in Nineteen ninety-six once he was defrocked he just formed a new denomination the Orthodox Presbyterian church six months later January one nineteen thirty seven. Mason died but his commitment to the church and his commitment to the Gospel was evident there in that action of standing against the tide of his denomination and standing for the Gospel. He did not want to rethink missions but rather in the twentieth century he wanted to reaffirm the mission of the Church and the Great Commission. Well that was mentioned in one thousand nine hundred eighty three. And I'm Steve Nichols and thanks for joining us. For Five minutes purchased

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"Good Morning I very much appreciate your time weird things came up and and small communities but it did change very Tricia family for some time now a year and a half or two and a half years now we will our plan is to return and and to work with you again and now we end the book of Matthew Almost at the same time I wanted them to line up that would have felt concerning the life of Jesus Christ from Matthew's Perspective of the Gospel that was given in a place of expectation in Matthew Chapter.

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"Good Morning I very much appreciate your patience and understanding with the schedule. Change like this The the flexibility of the elders the willingness for them to be flexible in in my vacation. Time weird things came up and and small communities but it did change very much our schedule so I'm looking forward to vacation but not being away from you guys again. So soon but We haven't seen TRICIA family for some time. Now a year and a half or two and a half years now and that's very unusual for us so Looking forward to getting up there and seeing in them but We will very much issue in the in the coming week but We will. Our plan is to return and and to work with you again when we get back It also feels odd today because we are ending. We ended Isaiah a couple of weeks ago and and now we end the book of Matthew Almost at the same time I wanted them to line up. That would have felt very good but they didn't so I'm over it But we end the book of Matthew which which I think has gone really well. We've done a fairly in depth study of the book of Matthew Concerning the life of Jesus Christ from Matthew's Perspective of the Gospel that was given given to him by the Holy Spirit and we end in probably the most important topic. I think Matthew does a fantastic job of ending in a place of expectation in Matthew Chapter. Twenty eight here. We see God's plan for mankind.