What's It All About?

Operation 10:14 is a project based off of Romans 10:14-15.
“How then will they call on Him in whom they have not believed? And how
are they to believe in Him of whom they have never heard? And how are they to
hear without someone preaching? And how are they to preach unless they are
sent? As it is written, ‘How beautiful are the feet of those who preach the
good news!’”
We find it very important to make the Gospel known among
every people group and nation. Our ultimate goal is to praise God and have God
be worshiped! Follow us as we do our best to accomplish The Great Commission.

Friday, January 24, 2014

Our Everlasting Impulse

Our Everlasting Impulse

            Impulse: a sudden strong and unreflective urge or desire to act. What makes your heart beat? What starts your engine? What makes you get up in the morning? Why are we on earth, what’s the point? Is Christ your all superior joy?

            As I look at some of the greatest missionaries that walked the earth through biographies, autobiographies, and other writings. I find something that is common in all of them: an everlasting joy for Christ. So many times we get lost in college, ministry, school, work, family, you name it. We forget the point. Our point of life is to worship and glorify God in everything.

            These missionaries urged, craved, thirsted, hungered, yearned, and longed for Jesus. They wanted Jesus to be known. That desire started with a love of God. As followers of Jesus we need to be in God’s word. We need to commune, delight, thirst, hunger, and crave Him. Being in the Bible transforms and changes us.

            Friends come and go, possessions get old, and earth will perish. We will fall, sin, and die, but Christ is everlasting! He was here when there was nothing. He is: inexpressible, magnificent, jaw-dropping, mind-blowing, all powerful conqueror. God is our everlasting impulse, never-ending savior.

            It’s God who drives missions, not man. Taste and see He is good!




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