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Lesson 7: Church Wars or Corporate Evangelism

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Q2 SS-2012 Lesson 7: Corporate Evangelism & Witnessing: (read Lesson 7)

Key Text: “The things that you have heard from me among many witnesses, commit these to faithful men who will be able to teach others also” (2 Tim. 2:2, NKJV).

1. Why is it that churches that are so busy fighting among themselves rarely do outreach?

2. What assurance can we gain from Psalm 37 in relation to the success of witnessing and evangelism activities?

3. How do we know when our planning is led by the Holy Spirit rather than by merely human preparation?

4. This week’s study addresses “corporate unity” in the Church. What does this mean—and not mean—in every day terms?

So the truth is this, the internet ate my summary for this week Cry, but Satan is a liar, right? But check out this awesome video instead that focuses on the area of the lesson that I found relevant and interesting. 

 

My 2 cents: Liberals versus Conservatives; Right versus Left. When the political debate heats up, the people who are affected the most are the constituents. Hardly ever the business owners or the lobbyist or the politician. Same too when our church passionately debate on trivial or not so trivial ideologies, our CITY suffers.

Matthew 9:37 Then he said to his disciples, "The harvest is large, but the workers are few." Are you ready to stand up and be counted as a worker?

Corporate evangelism, to me, and base on examples in the bible, requires only a dedicated few who have been through the process of prayer, love and is ready to serve. ARE YOU IN?

Q2 SS-2012 Lesson 7: Corporate Evangelism & Witnessing: (read Lesson 7)


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