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The Kingdom of Heaven on Earth: Are We Preaching Half the Gospel?

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Brothers and sisters, you will be blessed, challenged, convicted and encouraged through this sermon. This is Setting Captives Free board member Erick Hurt preaching. Let this become universal gospel preaching in your church!”. Another good question for your next long car ride would be this: What are the 5 sermons you remember most and why do you remember them? Most of the.

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The unequal yoke. Those who subscribe to this teaching of course do not heal the sick when preaching the gospel or at any other time for that matter. Does Acts record that the disciples continued to obey his command to heal the sick? We can ascertain this by examining some of the miracles in Acts. In Acts 3 at the Temple Gate, Peter healed the beggar lame since birth. Only after that did the astonished crowds come to him at which point Peter shared the gospel with them.

The result was a harvest of souls with the number of men reaching 5, Here Peter was simply healing the sick first and then afterwards preaching the kingdom of God to the crowd which had gathered—just as Jesus commanded in Luke Then in Acts 9, only after Peter healed the paralytic Aeneas did all those who lived in Lydda and Sharon turn to the Lord. Later in the same chapter only after Peter raised Dorcas back to life did many in Joppa turn to the Lord. Again we see the same pattern: the people put their faith in Jesus only after they witnessed or heard about the miracle.

These miraculous healings were performed by the disciples clearly in accordance with what Jesus commanded them in Luke If in fact on the foreign mission field today the sick are likewise powerfully and miraculously healed as the gospel is shared, the harvest can be great among Hindus, Muslims, Buddhists, and idol-worshipers—in particular in rural and remote villages unreached by mass crusades held in cities and unreached by gospel TV and radio broadcasts.

In such developing nations the majority of the population still lives in rural villages outside of urban areas. In the past of course we did not see this. Missions in developing nations in the Third World were generally limited to sharing the gospel with words only—not accompanied by miraculous evidence. At most the preaching of the gospel might be accompanied by humanitarian good works like the feeding of the poor or caring for orphans.

Why were there so few miracles when the gospel was preached on the mission field? Due to this we were not able to heal the sick effectively and consistently when sharing the gospel with the lost. But today during these Last Days the Lord is restoring to the Church understanding of exactly how he healed the sick. In that way there will be acceleration in missions leading to the fulfillment of the Great Commission before the end.