"JUST GET UP AND GO!" Matt. 16:20 #160-1



MATTHEW 28:16-20


June  25-30, 2017


Are you a member of God's family? 

Are you ready to tell others of the love of Jesus Christ and what that love has done for you?  Are you willing to do it?  Is the command to go and tell others a serious responsibility to you?  -- or is it just one more "thing you have to do, one more job to add to the long list you are already dealing with?

Thomas Q. Robbins introduces this lesson suggesting that "Doubt" is no excuse!   No excuse for what? 

No excuse for telling others about the love and goodness of Jesus Christ.  If we are a member of God's family, there are no excuses for not personally fulfilling the Great Commission.   Jesus Christ gave this instruction to all believers using his authority as God.  In this message Thomas Q. will focus on this familiar Great Commission passage but will spend much  of his time in a refreshing explanation of the other aspects of the Great Commission. 

You'll be interested in learning that all eleven disciples had doubts about all that had been happening in their lives - and they were WITH Jesus.   But their "not understanding" or doubt of everything did not excuse them from Jesus' command to go out to the world.

This Bible study, "Just Get Up and Go!", is based on the familiar Great Commission passage found in the New Testament book of Matthew 28, verses16-20.  And be sure you are listening when Thomas Q. talks bout churches that have become religious country clubs.   



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Something To Consider

God used cosmic events and entered into historical events in the early years of his revelation to mankind but that general revelation was incomplete.   Not until He came to earth as a little baby, in a humble setting, did God complete what he intended.  He revealed his will for the salvation of the world through his son.   Jesus was both flesh and God.  He entered into the history of mankind and was seen and heard as "one of us."  He came to earth, not to condemn the world but that the world through His plan and person could be reconciled and have a personal relationship with him. (1 John 3:16)   -Thomas Q.