Witnessing the Good News
Witnessing the Good News
1 Timothy 3:14-15; Matthew 28:19-20; Acts 1:8; Mark 16:15
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Sunday School,  October 7, 2012

The Dead Sea is called such because there is no outlet and yet it is saturated with rich mineral deposits.  The Body of Christ (the Church), though rich in many ways, is evangelistically dysfunctional because it stopped giving out what it had received.  When Christ saw that His church had no evangelistic outlet, He threatened to remove her lamp (Revelation 2:5), indicating that the members would lose their light – forfeit its place of light-bearing.

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Other Lessons by George Stiekes

The Prayers of Habakkuk
The Prayers of Nehemiah
The Theology of Prayer
Blessed Are the Pure in Heart
Blessed Are the Merciful
Blessed Are The Meek - 2

Other Lessons in 1 Timothy

Evangelical Feminism and the Interpretation of Scripture
A Magnificent Gratitude
Pictures of a New Testament Church
Cleansing the Conscience
The Conscience and the Christian Life
Grace Abounding to the Chief of Sinners