|Who Will Reap the Harvest?|
Jesus directed the eyes of His disciples to the fields that were ready for harvest. He told them to look at the people and see their need for salvation. That is His command for all believers today as well. We need to open our eyes. To be observant. There are so many people who are hurting, alone, and lost. Who will tell them of Jesus and why He died?
Christians should be actively involved in sharing the gospel with unbelievers. Because the consequences of not accepting the gospel are most serious, believers must have a concern for the souls of unbelievers. They need to be told that Jesus died on the cross for their sins so that they can receive eternal life. Paul is a very good example of dedication, care, and persistence in evangelism of the lost (Romans 9:3; 10:1; 11:14). He cared deeply for his Jewish brethren, as deaf as they were the truth of about Jesus Christ. As Jesus' coming gets closer every day, we should care enough for the deaf people of our day to let them know the truth about forgiveness and salvation offered by Christ.
May the Lord help us to tell even deaf people about His Son, Jesus Christ. May we always be grateful for His great salvation!
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