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When I first joined the armed forces of our great nation I held up my right hand and committed the next three years of my life to defending this country against all enemies foreign or domestic and to follow all the orders of those appointed above me Then along with all the other recruits I fell into formation and awaited those orders If at this point I had refused to follow orders what would that have said about the quality of my commitment and allegiance Christian soldiers our faith commitment is in a similar fashion We come to Christ not with our right hand held up to Him but with our heart held open to invite Him in Weve committed professed etc Jesus has given us several commands to follow and told us we will be known as His disciples if we follow His commandments The command I wish to examine today is from Matthew 281 Go then and make disciples of all nations There it is The Great Commission I have a question Christian soldiers WILL WE OBEY Evangelism should be part of the natural appetite of being a Christian It begins in the heart of unselfish Christians who have a concern and compassion for lost souls a burden which puts us into action We must be emptied of self allow the Holy Spirit to fill us intercede for lost souls in prayer and go plead instruct and work with the lost Then there must be a plan Every Christian is equipped with one or more spiritual gifts and we must work within these strengths to develop our own personal method of evangelism We will be able to find many different ways we can put a plan into action and fulfill Christs mission for us There are soul-winning crusades such as the Graham festivals that see many hundreds of the lost saved at a time These are important but the greatest way to win
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