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What Should We Do?

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,

As we gather here today, we face a sobering reality: our Nation is rapidly transforming into Christless. We see this happening all around us as more and more people reject the Gospel and turn away from the Lord. This can be a distressing time for Christians but also a time of great opportunity. So today, I want to talk to you about what we should do in this situation and what the Scriptures say about it.

Firstly, we must remember that we are not alone in this struggle. Throughout the Bible, we see that God's people have always had to live in hostile and unbelieving societies. We can take heart from the example of the early Church, which faced persecution and opposition from the Roman Empire. Yet, despite this, the Gospel spread, and the Church grew. Therefore, we can be sure that God is with us in this struggle and will use us to accomplish HIS purposes.

Secondly, we must be bold in proclaiming the Gospel. In Acts 4:12, we read, "Salvation is found in no one else, for there is no other name under heaven given to mankind by which we must be saved." This message must be shared, no matter how unpopular it may be. We must not be afraid to speak the truth in love, even if it means facing persecution or ridicule. As Christians, we have been called salt and light in the world, which means sharing the Good News of Jesus Christ.

Thirdly, we must be people of prayer. Ephesians 6:12, we read that "our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the powers of this dark world and the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly realms." We must know that we are engaged in a Spiritual battle and that our weapons are not of this world. We must be people of prayer, seeking God's guidance and strength as we face this battle. We must pray for our Nation that God would bring about a revival and turn the people's hearts back to Him.

Fourthly, we must be people of action. In James 2:17, we read that "faith by itself, if it is not accompanied by action, is dead." We must not simply sit back and watch as our Nation transforms into Christless. We must actively share the Gospel, serve our communities, and work for justice and righteousness. We must be visible and tangible witnesses to the Love and Grace of Jesus Christ.

In conclusion, Brothers and Sisters, we live in a challenging and uncertain time. But let us not be discouraged, for we serve a God more significant than any challenge or uncertainty.

Let us boldly proclaim the Gospel, be people of prayer and action, trusting in the Lord to use us to accomplish HIS purposes. Let us take heart from the words of Jesus in Matthew 28:20, "And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age."


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