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Finding Boldness in Spreading the Gospel through Scripture.

Welcome, dear friends, to a time of reflection, inspiration, and fellowship. Today, we gather under a rallying call that has echoed through the ages. It asks us not just to hear the Word but to share it boldly and confidently.


Introduction

Imagine the disciples, ordinary folks like you and me, called to an extraordinary mission. They fulfilled it, not with their strength alone but through the power acting in them. This is our story, too. We're entrusted with a heavenly message – the Gospel of Jesus Christ – and it's our profound duty to carry this torch, to illuminate the corners of the world with His love and truth.


Allow me to share with you, from a place of warmth and kindred Spirit, how Scriptures can instill in us the audacity to step out of our comfort zones and become ambassadors of the Gospel.


The Great Commission: Matthew 28:19-20

"Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit." These are Jesus' words, not a suggestion but a mandate for each of us. He doesn't send us out alone; He promises His unending presence. With Jesus at our side, how can we be anything but bold?


Think of the assurance He provides as a shepherd who never leaves his flock unprotected. This unfailing support fuels our courage, just as it did for the early followers who ventured into unknown lands, propelled by Faith and a calling that could not— should not—be ignored.


Boldness through the Spirit: Acts 4:13

Can you visualize Peter and John standing before the Sanhedrin? The rulers, elders, and law teachers were baffled—they saw two unschooled men speaking with such conviction. This same Spirit is alive in us today. This divine legacy empowers us to stand tall and speak with clarity that cuts through doubt.

The Holy Spirit doesn't seek expertise; it seeks willing hearts ready to witness the Gospel's life-transforming power. When we're rooted in Scripture, our words become more than sounds—echoes of God's wisdom for those yearning to hear.


Overcoming Fear: 2 Timothy 1:7

"For God has not given us a spirit of fear but of power, love, and self-discipline." Brothers and sisters, we are not fashioned by fear. Fear saps strength, while Faith restores it. When trepidation clutches at your message, remember who you are in Christ-bearers of His power, conduits of His love, exemplars of His discipline.

God's Word reminds us that our foundations are solid, our cause is righteous, and our helper is mighty. If we cling to this truth, we will find that our inner Moses has become a commander, and our silent lips are now prophetic.


Conclusion

And so, I say to you, be bold in Christ as you share His good news. Lean into the Scriptures, and be comforted and strengthened by the Holy Spirit. Dare to tread where the apostles walked; dare to reach out to the souls still searching, hungering for a savior.


May we rise from this assembly fueled by a divine impulse to act, share, and love. I invite you now to stand with me and pray for God's guiding hand over our mission—that together, we may witness the unfurling of His heavenly plans upon this world.


Lord, make us instruments of Your peace, courage in our hearts, Word on our lips, and love directing our steps. Amen.

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