In a message given at Harvest Christian Fellowship titled, “Happy Feet” Pastor Greg Laurie teaches from Romans 10. He shares how important the gospel is and how all people are either saved or unsaved. He does into detail regarding how people should care about the gospel and people around them to share this life-giving news with everyone who will hear it!
- If you want to see people saved, you need to start with prayer. We don’t simply pray before we work. Prayer is the work. Then, God works! We all deserve God’s judgment!
- When you seek people to be saved, you will face obstacles. Religion probably keeps more people away from God than all the sins combined. There is only one person who kept the Law perfectly from birth to death—Jesus! Religion, in general, is a human effort to reach God.
- Religion can be summed up in one word: Do!
- Christianity can be summed up in one word, too: Done!
- There is only one way to be saved. It’s not enough to feel it in your heart; you need to say it with your lips.
- We must tell people that they need to be saved!
It is written, “How beautiful are the feet of those who [a]preach the gospel of peace, who bring glad tidings of good things!” Beautiful feet means, “full bloom.” Another translation of the word beautiful is “lively.” If you want happy feet, lively feet, a spring in your step, you need to share the gospel! Proverbs 11 tells us that those who refresh others will themselves be refreshed.
“It is very important to verbally
“And how shall they hear without a preacher?”
“The law was never meant to save them but to show them they needed a savior”
“When you hang on to the law you are hugging the shadow”
“We need to tell people they need to be saved”
“When you share the gospel you are like a blossoming flower”
2 Corinthians 4:4
1 Corinthians 1:21
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