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And it shall come to pass, that in the place where it was said unto them, 
Ye are not my people; there shall they be called the children of the living God.
 
Romans 9:26Romans 9:26
English: King James Version (1611) - KJV

26 And it shall come to pass, that in the place where it was said unto them, Ye are not my people; there shall they be called the children of the living God.  

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As Christians, we are called to evangelize everywhere and to everyone. We have to tell people about God and teach them the Gospel of Jesus Christ. This is our calling. We are not called to give up on anybody. That would be God’s call. Unfortunately, it looks like there are places and people we have given up on.
  1. Our enemies: We have to be a witness to our enemies. Forgive them of their faults against us. Show them the true love of God.
  2. Prisons/Jail: The courts judge them for their crimes, we judge them for their sins. We must not do that. Go into the prison facilities and minister to them. Preach that God is a forgiven God. Lead them to repentance and assure them that God will remember their sins no more.
  3. Strangers: God might be leading us to tell someone about Christ but we are hesitant because we do not know them. Be bold and do it anyway. If you feel led then go. Do not “hope” that someone else would do it.
  4. Family/Friends: On the other end of the spectrum (see #3), we do not share the good news with our friends and family. We do not want to offend them because of our close relationship. Share the Gospel but share it in love. We should love our family and friends enough to not want to see them fall short and go to hell.
  5. Homeless People/Shelters: There are homeless and hungry people just waiting for someone to “show” them who Christ is. They are looking to see the Christ in us. We cannot forget about them.
There are so many people and places that we have given up on. Do not give up. Do not ignore. Those people shall be called the children of the living God.What other group of people or places have we given up on?


Website: www.gospeloutreachcc.org
Blog: http://jeremiahmarshall.blogspot.com/
About the Author
Pastor Jeremiah “JB” Marshall has been preaching the Gospel of Jesus Christ since Sept 2001. He has a strong commitment to spending time in prayer, meditation, and the study of the Word of God. Pastor JB was called to launch Gospel Outreach Community Church. God has given him the vision to care for the “whole person” which is their spiritual, professional, financial and lifestyle aspects. Starting with seven individuals, he has worked to establish the legal foundations of this church plant (i.e. articles of incorporation, tax-exemption). God has given him the charge to create an inviting environment of sound doctrine, corporate worship and discipleship development.

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