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    Understanding the Great Commission by the Grace of God and the Help of a Cloud of Witnesses “All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. Therefore go and 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. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.” Matthew 28:18 Clear as a bell, Jesus calls from the pages of scripture to share His love with

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    About Christ's Great Commission

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    The Lord was telling his disciples that he was about to impart the same Spirit upon them as he did on the heroes and prophets of old. ... ... middle of paper ... ...o out into the world to spread the gospel, we will never be alone in our commission. The Lord called us to be his witnesses and has given the assurance that we will always have the Holy Spirit to lead, empower and sustain us for service. Works Cited Blue Letter Bible. November 9, 2011. http://www.blueletterbible.org/search/Dictionary/viewEntries

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    kept whirling around in his head, “Am I being too preachy? Am I over doing it?” Still, a constant pressing in on his heart to not hold back, made it abundantly clear, time will not wait for him or anyone to answer God’s call to fulfill the Great Commission. Now the clock ticked on several fronts: The gradual loss of religious freedom, whisked in a one-world church coupled with global governmental rule already firmly established as wars broke out all over the world. Although these and others

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    The Great Commission to All Humanity

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    As Christians, we should be adherents of Christ, our Lord and Savior. Moreover, we are to carry out and preach The Great Commission to all humanity, whereby we are governed. Likewise, as verbalized in I Peter 2:9, “But ye are a chosen generation, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, a peculiar people; that ye should shew forth the praises of him who hath called you out of darkness into his marvellous light;” (King James Version), we should live a conscientious life that is pleasing to God. Nevertheless

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    Response to the Great Commission History and Models of Response Introduction The Caribbean has been greatly criticized for losing its vision for missions. Indeed, the Caribbean region has changed from being a mission field to being a mission force. With this change, the region has been challenged to become involved in cross – cultural missions and aid in fulfilling the Great commission. Author Las G. Newman examines this critical issue in his article – "The Caribbean's Response to the Great Commission

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    Job Discrimination

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    If so, under what terms and what might the restrictions be? From a Great Commission perspective, would this policy be advisable? Perhaps the intent of hiring professing, evangelical Christians to work in the facility may not be only to create a peaceful and religious work environment, but it can also be instrumental in weeding out the so-called “bad apples” that ... ... middle of paper ... ...of the world ("Great Commission," ). If Matthew is starting-up a manufacturing facility, what religious

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    Analysis of a Local Church's Missions Program

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    The purpose of this paper is threefold. First, analyze and study missions as conducted by my church. Second, evaluate the strengths and weaknesses. And lastly, make suggestions of how my church can improve to fully carry out the Great Commission. The local church of which I chose to study the missions program is Fellowship Bible Church (FBC) of Tulsa, Oklahoma. This is the church I have attended all my life. Hence I have seen the involvement and at times the lack of involvement in missions that

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    The Missionary Field

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    nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you. And behold, I am with you always, to the end of the age” (Bible Gateway, Matt. 28. 19-20). This is The Great Commission, God’s charge to all Christians. God has called his people to be missionaries. The word ‘missionary’ for most people tends to bring about thoughts of third-world countries and grass huts, and while there are some missionaries serving in those

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    The Pros of Becoming a Missionary

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    Matthew 28:18-19 states The Great Commision, which tells us where to go and what to do once we get there. A main goal for missionaries is to try to make “disciple-making” people within the people groups"Countries and Their Cultures." “African slaves can be quite difficult to share the gospel with which makes it hard for missionaries in St. Lucia because the main people group is African slaves. ("Missionary Interview"). After reading and understanding The Great Commission and my research about missions

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    because of the salvation they hope to receive. The first category, “works of merit,” are those whose purpose is to somehow earn the right to salvation via good deeds, fasting, public prayer, or flagellation, which were common practices in the early church whose purpose was to prove their holiness and righteousness to men. These works are condemned, and do not result in grace, as Campbellists would claim, pointing back to Ephesians 2. Dr. Harding draws a parallel between baptism, which saves men from

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