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Post  Admin on Sat 30 Jul 2016, 2:15 pm

gospel for Asia
About face

If you have ever watched soldiers doing close-order drill on a parade field-
- you know how quickly they can reverse themselves and head in the opposite direction. 

If they attempt this while standing still-
- the command is “about face.” 

If they want to reverse while marching-
- the command is “to the rear, march.” 

In either case-
- there is an abrupt change leading in an entirely different direction. 

This is a good picture of what genuine repentance looks like. 
It means to change one’s mind and start moving the opposite way.

One of the Bible’s greatest preachers of repentance was John the Baptist-
- who called his hearers to a complete “about face.” 

He had seen too many shallow gestures where people pretended to repent but were not willing to change their behaviour. 

John insisted that those who exhibited only superficial contrition should instead “bear fruits in keeping with repentance.” Luke 3:8. 

When his listeners asked what he meant by that-
- they were told to share their food and clothing, 
- to be fair in their business practices, 
- and to be content with their wages. 

In other words-
- they were to change their ways and 
- leave their old patterns of behaviour behind.

Repentance includes something else: 
-a willingness to make restitution to anyone whom we have wronged. 

When Zaccheus the tax collector received Jesus into his house-
- he showed the true nature of his repentance when he said, 
- “If I have defrauded anyone of anything, I will give back four times as much.” Luke 19:8. 

Ask the Holy Spirit to reveal any amends you may need to make.

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Post  Admin on Thu 21 Jul 2016, 9:34 pm

Gospel from Asia
Take your stand today!

​"As you therefore have received Christ Jesus the Lord, so walk in Him, 7 rooted and built up in Him and established in the faith, as you have been taught, abounding in it[a] with ​​​thanksgiving."Colossians 2:6-7.

If you are to stand firm against Satan’s schemes-
- it is necessary to clear up any confusion you might have regarding your coming to faith in the Saviour. 

Therefore, let’s consider three crucial steps that characterize the conversion process:

You must know​.
You can never fully appreciate the significance of your conversion until you grasp what your condition was, apart from the Saviour. 

Ephesians 2:1 makes it perfectly clear that, left to ourselves, we were all spiritually dead. 
If the Father had not provided our salvation through His Son, there would be no eternal life for any of us.

You must believe. 
The good news is that the Lord did not leave us to our own devices. 

He provided a means of salvation that is open to all people. 
Ephesians 2:4-9 explains that our loving heavenly Father, of His own initiative, provided the means by which we can be free of our sin debt and dwell with Him forever.

You must receive. 
In order to own any gift, you must first open your hands and receive it. 
The Father is reaching out to mankind, offering His free gift of salvation. 

Once you have received what He offers, it’s yours to keep—forever. Romans. 10:9-13.

Are you a believer who is empowered by God’s Spirit and specifically gifted to do a certain work?
- who goes about the task which the Lord has assigned? 
- and who is completely confident about salvation? 

Then you are a force to be reckoned with! 
If you have known, believed, and received God’s gift of salvation, ​​​​

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Post  Admin on Fri 15 Jul 2016, 4:10 pm

Fill the void

​Have you ever found yourself standing in front of the refrigerator-
- trying to find something to satisfy a vague sense of emptiness or discontent? 

You aren’t looking for anything specific, but you know you want to fill a longing. 

Whatever you choose will probably not do the trick-
- because the empty spot is not in your stomach but in your soul.

Whether the substance is food, career, possessions, or relationships, our souls are continually trying to find satisfaction. 

But nothing in this world will​​ fill the void. 

Since we were created for relationship with God-
He placed deep within us a yearning for Him. 

Though we may not recognize it as such-
- everyone knows the feeling of dissatisfaction that at times seeps into our souls. 

Any time we seek fulfillment with worldly substitutes, disappointment and disillusionment are sure to follow.

There are two possible menus from which we can choose to fill our emptiness. 

Satan’s menu is long and full of enticing things that seem to promise gratification and pleasure. 
These could include riches, relationships, prominence, acceptance, or recognition. 

Whatever he offers looks like the good life that will bring contentment, but it’s a deception. 

God’s menu, on the other hand, is quite small. 
In fact, it lists just one “item”—

He is the only one who can fill the void.

Have you found the satisfaction you seek, or is there always a vague sense of discontent in your soul? 

Make Jesus your highest priority-
- and spend focused, 
- unhurried time with Him, 
He’ll satisfy you as nothing else can.

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