God wants you to communicate the message of salvation to unbelievers, senior pastor of Embassy of God ministries, Denis Amos Emojong has said.
This development comes at a time fewer Christians are enthusiastic laborers – and have determined to spread the good news of Christ across all boarders with a sense of urgency.
Pastor Denis says winning souls is not a job dedicated to only pastors, other staff members of Church or missionaries – the Bible calls everyone to share the gospel.
“You don’t need to be in the office of a pastor for you to win souls. Giving your life to Jesus Christ is qualification enough for you to win souls,” He says.
These remarks are contained in post the preacher shared with his online audience on 9 January.
“These are the last days, we are end time laborers and God is counting on us to take up our positions in His plan of global evangelism. In 2 Peter 3:9, Peter said, “The Lord is not slack concerning his promise, as some men count slackness, but is long-suffering toward us, not willing that any should perish, but that all should come to repentance.”Just as in the days of the apostle Peter, many people today make fun of people who preach the gospel. However, let me use this opportunity to encourage you that the gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ is a gospel of truth, it is a gospel of the word of God and it will never fail: This is the gospel in which we have believed,” he says.
Pastor Denis emphasizes that Jesus Christ commissioned every believer to be a soul winner, something he says should be viewed as an honor.
“It is an honor to be chosen by the Lord to be His spokesman to the unsaved. This is what we live for; to tell the world the good news of God’s salvation for man-kind,” he says.
“Never be ashamed of this gospel, don’t shy away from sharing with your neighbors about Jesus Christ. In Romans 1:16, the apostle Paul said, “For I am not ashamed of the gospel of Christ; for it is the power of God unto salvation to everyone that believeth…” This is the only way by which men can be saved, therefore, we cannot afford to sit and keep quiet about it. They need to hear this word, and they need to hear it urgently,” he concludes.