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08 Our Affections As Missionaries

By John Thiel, Godly Affections That Motivate Series, mp3

Scripture reading: John 17:23 I in them, and thou in me, that they may be made perfect in one; and that the world may know that thou hast sent me, and hast loved them, as thou hast loved me.

Pleasant, kind, and well-bred Christians will have an influence for God and His truth; it cannot be otherwise. The light borrowed from Heaven will shed its brightening rays through them to the pathway of others. . . . The words we speak, our daily deportment, are the fruit growing upon the tree. If the fruit is sour and unpalatable, the rootlets of that tree are not drawing nourishment from a pure source. If our affections are brought into harmony with our Saviour, if our characters are meek and lowly, we evidence that our life is hid with Christ in God; and we shall leave behind us a bright track. . . . Beholders will discern that we have been with Jesus and learned of Him. {OHC 238.4}

Do we desire to be witnesses for the truth and for God? As members of the church of the original pioneer seventh-day Adventism we have the most important purpose for existence: we are to give to the world the three angels’ messages, to proclaim them, and nothing should interfere with this. So we have a high calling to be faithful missionaries to this planet. Read the rest of this entry

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