Hello once again to everyone! God bless you all in Jesus Christ name. I shared a blog last week about nearly 3 billions people are still unreached with the Gospel. How strong my heart in hearing that there are that many people who has not (yet) heard of the Gospel. Here in America we have many bibles, and people who are teaching, minister, and preaching the gospel to souls that are lost. There are many here who has rejected God’s free gift (salvation) to them. They have had the opportunity that has been presented to them if they would like to have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. There are 500,000 villages in India alone have no Gospel witness. 80,000 people die daily without ever hearing the Gospel. I read a story about a woman with tears streaming down her wrinkled face, the 100-year-old woman watched, heartbroken, as flames consumed the funeral pyre holding the body of the last and dearest of her friends. A few months later as the only one left of her generation, she saw the first team of native missionaries teach her remote village. That night she eagerly sat among the other villagers to watch a film on the life of Jesus and to listen with astonishment to a simple Gospel message. For the very first time she and the other villagers heard that through Jesus their sins could be forgiven. Overwhelmed with the wonderful news about the Savior and His love for her, the old woman joyfully received Jesus. But through her tears of joy, she was gripped with one question: Why has no one come sooner with this message? (If) only my friends and family could have heard the Gospel at least once before they died, they might not have been lost forever. The question “How long must they wait?” As I was reading this info, It came to me, that could have been me, I could have been this woman or one of the billions that could have not been witness too. I could have died, not knowing anything about the Gospel of Jesus Christ. I thank Jesus for allow myself as a Gentile to have the opportunity to be chosen, for we all know that His chosen people are the Jews, and when they had rejected it open the doors for Him to minister to us the Gentiles. Praise the LORD, and I am ever so bless and thankful. Let us be thankful and not take what He has given us for granted. Let us also not keep it to ourselves, let us continue reaching out as far as we can with the Gospel of Christ Jesus. Matthew 28:19-20 Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all things that I have commanded you; and lo. I am with you always, even to the end of the age. Amen. I do hope that God is speaking to your heart. We must seek His face, and continue about Spreading the Gospel of Christ Jesus to the World. Until next time I will be sharing more about those who are (yet) without the gospel…Amen!Agape!
Sister Joe Betty/WOG