scripture memory graphicEach week we will post a scripture to challenge you to hide God’s Word in your heart. Commit it to memory, meditate on it and apply it to your life.

March 11-17

 Mark 16:15

Go into all the world and preach the gospel to every creature. He who believes and is baptized will be saved; but he who does not believe will be condemned

 

Meditate and apply:

  1. While not everyone is called to go to another country and be a missionary, Jesus commands all of us to spread the Good News of the Gospel wherever we are.
  2. We should always have our “spiritual ears” turned on and in tune to hear God leading us to tell someone about Him. The people we encounter every day could be placed there for a divine encounter – much like Jesus and the Woman at the Well.
  3. What are ways you can “preach the gospel” in your every day life: at work, at a restaurant, at the park, at church, at the grocery store, at the doctor’s office, with the homeless – wherever you are each and every day with the people you encounter as you do life?
  4. Commit to telling at least three people about Jesus this week.

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