Manspeak


Wake Up! by tmaples
March 3, 2007, 7:00 pm
Filed under: Evangelism

I don’t link this video to manipulate anyone.  I watched it and it stirred within me a sense of urgency, an urgency I wish I had each day.  It also served to jarr me to the realities of what’s at stake.  The truth is there is a hell and people will go there unless they repent and believe on the name of the Lord Jesus Christ.  So we pray asking God to send His Spirit to waken the dead and we act, preaching the gospel while believing in the power of that message to save people.  May we go into our days with the same confidence that Spurgeon had as he stepped behind the pulpit and said to himself:

“This is God’s Word that I am going to deliver in His name.  It cannot return to Him void, I have asked His blessing upon it, He is bound to give it, and His purposes will be answered, whether my message is a taste of life unto life, or of death unto death to those who hear it.” (The Soul Winner, P. 53)

God help us to do battle against indifference while not being lulled to sleep in this American culture! 

“But how are they to call on him in whom they have not believed?  And how are they to believe in him of whom they have never heard?  And how are they to hear without someone preaching?”  Romans 10:14

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“an urgency I wish I had each day”

So true. While we can’t save 1.75 people per second to stop it all happening, we are to be faithful to our calling, and that’s to be a missionary to the people we come in contact with. 🙂

Comment by Coops

A friend of mine wrote a rather sobering entry on his blog on the Hopelessness of Hell. Here is the link to read it: http://rawchristianity.wordpress.com/2007/02/07/the-hopelessness-of-hell/.

Comment by Katey

WOW. That is a powerful video.
We just can’t grasp the complete scope of things can we? Even with seeing that video, we still can’t grasp that concept.
Every 1.75 seconds, somone dies. Most likely, they’re going to Hell. That’s… just… Eye opening.

Comment by Brian Purkiss




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