Rhapsody of Realities Audio August 14 2023 By Pastor Chris Oyakhilome (Christ Embassy)
Theme: Passionate About His Mandate
Today’s devotional underscores the Pastor Chris Oyakhilome’s personal experiences in passionately sharing the Gospel and the message of Jesus Christ. It emphasizes that spreading the Gospel is a continuous endeavor, driven by a deep commitment to reach the unreached. The devotional references scriptures such as Romans 1:16, Matthew 24:14, and Mark 16:15 to highlight the urgency of fulfilling the Great Commission. Readers are encouraged to take the mandate of preaching the Gospel seriously and extend their efforts to regions beyond their immediate surroundings.
- Today devotional focuses on the importance of spreading the message of Jesus Christ and the Gospel with passion and dedication.
- The opening scripture from Romans 1:16 highlights the Apostle Paul’s unashamed proclamation of the Gospel as the power of God unto salvation.
- The author shares personal experiences of being compelled to share the Gospel, visiting hospitals, schools, and organizing crusades to reach the unreached.
- The devotional emphasizes the need to continuously reach out to the lost and fulfill the Great Commission, quoting Matthew 24:14 and Mark 16:15.
- Readers are encouraged to take the Lord’s mandate to preach the Gospel seriously and be passionate about spreading the message to regions beyond their immediate surroundings.
- The prayer at the end of the devotional expresses a desire for the eyes of those in darkness to be opened to the light of the Gospel.
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