What If We Had a Heart for Evangelism?

by Vince Finnegan on August 18, 2019
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The purpose of the ages is God’s desire for a love relationship with humanity that is real, personal, and everlasting.

Deuteronomy 6:1-15
The Shema (hear or listen) is about relationship with our God.

Exodus 3:15
For 6,828 times, His name was written in the Hebrew text.

Psalms 83:18; 86:9-12; 34:3; 69:30; 105:1


Isaiah 12:1-6
If the translators would have put “Yahweh” instead of “LORD,” perhaps there be less confusion with Jesus since the great appellation in the NT for Jesus is “Lord” over 600 times.

Identity theft caused the loss of His name and confused His person with the Trinity.

The purpose of the ages is God’s desire for a love relationship with humanity that is real, personal, and everlasting.

Jeremiah 7:22-31
What did God want from Israel? Obedience or relationship? What does God want from the church today?

Ephesians 1:16-23
God wants us to know His calling, His inheritance, and His power.

Ezekiel 36:28-29; 37:23-27
What does God want?

Psalm 105:1-10
Your Father wants a relationship with you.

What pleases God? What does God want?

The great purpose of the ages has been and still is that God desires a love relationship with humanity that is real, personal, and everlasting.

Psalm 105:1-3
Joy and rejoice in Him; speak of Him. Join Him in the work He is doing in the world.

Who you are, your identity, is realized when you believe God loves you. The purpose of your life is realized when your focus is on loving Him.

Matthew 28:18-20
The great commission to the church today is to tell people the truth about our Father and Lord and holy spirit. Be proud and bold.



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