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We all have two calls in common which transcend all boundaries and denominational lines.
I want you to notice the emphasis, the importance , God places on evangelism. In the midst of the greatest outpouring of God’s wrath and judgment this world will ever see, He will still send 144,000 evangelists into the world to win as many as He can into the kingdom of God, even in the last moments.

The Word shows us repeatedly that it is not God’s will that any should perish. Even during this period of time, a time reserved since the fall of Adam for the judgment and the justice of God to be worked out in the earth. God is interested in bringing as many souls into the kingdom as possible, and He seals the 144,000 evangelists to accomplish that end.

Evangelism is the heart of God today as much as it will be then! God is the same yesterday, today and forever.(Hebrews 13:8.) For us as a church alive in this dispensation, this is our commission: to be used of God in any way possible to bring the lost into the kingdom of God.

When your light shines for Jesus, you are an evangelist. So I would suggest that a good measuring rod for your life would be your answer to this question: Do you share the Lord freely, willingly and frequently as He gives you the opportunities, or do you tend to shy away from that responsibility? You cannot obey the Word of God and keep Jesus all to yourself.

We Have Two Callings
We all have two calls in common which transcend all boundaries and denominational lines. One is our call to be God’s stewards. We are here to rule and reign with Him, to manage and administrate the resources of this life on His behalf. Everything belongs to the Lord.

The second call is the mandate to share the Good News with others so they can be saved. That is the heart of God. Your response to this call is a measure of how will you are obeying the Word of God. Your life should affect somebody else for Jesus Christ. Share His wonderful love. Glory to God’.   
We love Him, because He first loved us.
(1 John 4:19)

But you be watchful in all things, endure afflictions, do the work of an evangelist, fulfill your ministry.
(2 Tim. 4:5)
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Mac Hammond
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Mac Hammond is senior pastor of Living Word Christian Center, a large and growing church in Brooklyn Park (a suburb of Minneapolis), Minnesota. He is the host of the Winner’s Minute, which is seen locally in the Minneapolis area and can also be viewed at winnersminute.com. He is also the host of the Winner’s Way broadcast and author of several internationally distributed books. Mac is broadly acclaimed for his ability to apply the principles of the Bible to practical situations and the challenges of daily living.
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