The Great Commision

Doubt is a reality in Christian faith. Faith, in it’s very essence, is the “assurance of things hoped for, the confidence of things not seen” (Hebrews 11:1). After His death and resurrection, Jesus is standing in front of His disciples, teaching them, and yet still “some doubted.” How could they possibly doubt? Or maybe you are thinking: How am I supposed to tell others about Jesus when His own disciples struggled with belief? When I have moments of doubt?
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Send me Lord, I will Go

Yesterday I discussed spreading our faith and fear of rejection that, at times, comes along with it. It is only natural to feel this. We fear being rejected and even more we fear being rejected by people we know . How many times have we faced ourselves, our faith, family, and friends situations and said, “There is no way this can ever be?” Maybe some of these thoughts weigh on your mind:

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