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A Passion to Proclaim Him

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A Passion to Proclaim Him

Post  Admin on Wed 01 Apr 2009, 3:10 pm

A Passion to Proclaim Him

Read / Colossians

What activities embarrass you? Maybe you
feel uncomfortable singing in public or your face turns red when you are caught
mumbling to yourself. Does talking about Jesus embarrass you? Staying quiet may
seem safer than risking ridicule or being seen as a

Unfortunately, silent believers waste their
lives. We receive so many good things from God---forgiveness, healing, answers
to prayer, and the Holy Spirit's presence. The list could go on and on. Our
favorite subject should be Jesus Christ and His transforming

The apostle Paul spoke freely of his great
sin before redemption. (Acts 26:12-18) He was a church persecutor transformed
into Christ's missionary by God's grace. Nothing within Paul was worth saving,
and he knew it. Consequently, the man never stopped publicly praising and
proclaiming the Lord's love.

Even with the magnitude of Paul's sins, he
received no greater measure of grace than any of us. We may have lived a moral
life before receiving salvation, but sin still separated us from God.
Believers sometime neglect that truth and forget Jesus' transforming power. Then
we find ourselves too embarrassed or uncomfortable to share about the great
change He made in our lives.

We might be tempted to think we are better
than the sinning Saul, the unmarried couple living next door, or our atheistic
professor. We are not. What separates "us" and "them" ---believers and
unbelievers- --is the fact that we have received Jesus and they still need to
hear our passionate proclamation of Him.

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