March 1, 2020: When you think of God saving somebody who is far from him, do you think he might use you for that work? Today, Pastor Greg Byman delivers the fourth installment in a series called, "Who's the One" and is based on a national campaign of churches to challenge and inspire the body of Christ to reach neighbors, co-workers, friends and family with the gospel of Jesus Christ. Today, Pastor Greg challenges you to remember who stepped up to say, “here am I, Lord, send me to help <insert your name> come to know Jesus.” If God heard that person’s prayer and honored his/her labor on your behalf, would he not honor the same by you on behalf of another lost soul? If God could use fallen men and women to reach you for Jesus, could he use an imperfect but faithful servant like you to reach somebody else today?
Who is your One?
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By Greg Byman
What did Jesus mean when he taught his followers to regard themselves as blessed when they are persecuted? Is the believer in Christ supposed to just smile in the face of loss of health, wealth, reputation, family or even life?
Today’s sermon is the culmination in a series called Game Changers, principles found in Jesus’ famous Sermon on the Mount in Matthew chapter 5, which when implemented in the Christ-follower’s life, produce game-changing results in one’s spiritual, emotional and even physical life. Pastor Greg Byman preached this sermon on November 19, 2017 at St. Joe Community Church, in Fort Wayne, Indiana where he serves as the senior pastor. For more information visit www.StJoeCommunityChurch.org.
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