10 Weekly Spiritual Habits: A Guide to Cultivation

Outside the Tomb (Day 6)

"Then go quickly and tell his disciples," - Matthew 28:7

Sharing the gospel with other people can be intimidating, but it's one of the most important things we can do as followers of Jesus. The gospel is the good news that God loves us, forgives us, and offers us eternal life through faith in Jesus Christ. As we share this message with others, we have the opportunity to make a lasting impact on their lives and point them towards salvation.

In Mark 16:15, Jesus says, "Go into all the world and preach the gospel to all creation." This command applies to all believers, and it challenges us to share the gospel with everyone we meet, regardless of their background or beliefs.

Sharing the gospel requires boldness, but it also requires compassion. We need to be willing to step out of our comfort zones and engage with people who may not agree with us or understand our beliefs. But we also need to approach them with love, humility, and respect, recognizing that each person is made in the image of God and deserves to be treated with dignity and kindness.

Sharing the gospel also requires us to live out our faith in our everyday lives. Our actions can speak louder than our words, and if we want to be effective witnesses for Christ, we need to live in a way that reflects His love and grace. When we show kindness, generosity, and compassion to others, we create opportunities to share the gospel and invite them into a relationship with Christ.

Sharing the gospel is a vital part of our calling as followers of Jesus. It requires us to step out of our comfort zones, engage with people, and approach them with love and respect. But it's also an opportunity to make a lasting impact on their lives and point them towards salvation. Let us be bold and compassionate as we share the good news of the gospel with those around us, and may God use us to bring others into His kingdom.

Jesus, I don’t want to be a secret-keeper with my faith. I want to be a bold and gracious truth-proclaimer.

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