Who’s Your One
“And he said to them, “Follow me, and I will make you fishers of men.” (Matthew 4:19)
Discipleship that does not share the gospel is not New Testament discipleship
Following Jesus on Mission
- What Jesus Did (35)
- He Went
- He Communicated
- He Met Needs
Like Jesus, we are called to go and share the gospel in Word and Deed
- What Jesus Saw (36)
- He saw their Needs
- He saw their Condition
- He saw their Potential
As we follow Christ, He will open our Eyes To See as He sees!
- What Jesus Felt (36)
“To be deeply moved”
“His heart broke” (The Message Paraphrase)
“For the love of Christ controls us,” (2 Corinthians 5:14a)
As we follow Christ, He will open our Hearts To Feel as he feels!
- What Jesus Said (37-38)
- An Abundant Harvest
- A Labor Shortage
- A Prayer Priority
Jesus didn’t instruct them to pray that the World would come to the Church; but that the Church would go to the World
- What Jesus Did (10:1-5)
- He Called them to Him
- He granted them Authority
- He Sent Them Out
Christ is in Me for Them!
A Tool For Sharing The Gospel
3 Circles Life Conversation Guide
Three Possible Reponses to the Call to Follow Christ on Mission:
- Who Me?
- Not Me
- Send Me
“And I heard the voice of the Lord saying, 'Whom shall I send, and who will go for us?' Then I said, 'Here I am! Send me.'” (Isaiah 6:8)
Who’s Your One Challenge
By God’s Enabling Grace I Will:
- Identify one person in my relational network to pray for and seek to share the gospel with over the next 12 months.
- Work through the 30 Day Who’s Your One Devotional Prayer Guide to help focus my prayers for my one.
- Encourage other Christ followers in my life to pray for and seek to share the gospel with their “one” during the next 12 months.