By being in Christ and through Christ, ambassadors become aware of opportunities the Lord provides to share God’s message of reconciliation. Instead of a burden to carry out this commission, it becomes an adventure that can be filled with joy. For ambassadors know that their message from the King has an eternal bearing on every soul.
Posted on June 3, 2013 by
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In Christ, we trust his promises.
Through Christ, we proclaim his name.
For Christ, we are his ambassadors.
In his Word, we WITNESS WELL.
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Dave Malnes is the founder and director of Praise and Proclaim Ministries (www.praiseandproclaim.com). This ministry is all about providing meaningful opportunities for Christians to actively share the gospel of Jesus Christ.
President, Praise and Proclaim Ministries https://t.co/KBdQnte6TJ. Blogs at https://t.co/a0hOtlBmqr. Loves family and playing golf.
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