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During the good-byes, Mary Fawcett cried, “John, I cannot bear to leave! “We shall remain here with our people.” The wagons were unloaded, and John Fawcett spent his entire fifty-four-year ministry in Wainsgate.
Out of that experience, Fawcett wrote the beautiful hymn, “Blest Be the Tie that Binds.” If Jesus’ eleven disciples had known that song, they surely would have sung it on the occasion recorded in these opening verses of the book of Acts.
He accepted the Lord's forgiveness, and he received new hope from Jesus' commission, "Feed my sheep." In Acts we find him back in his role as the leader of the disciples.
By taking Jesus' words of forgiveness to heart and by forgiving himself, he put the past under the blood of Christ. Lugt (Our Daily Bread, Copyright RBC Ministries, Grand Rapids, MI. All rights reserved) Christians should seek to erase from their memory the sins God has erased from their record. TODAY IN THE WORD In 1773, the young pastor of a poor church in Wainsgate, England, was called to a large and influential church in London.
Our manner of speech and our moral standards can help prepare the way to share the gospel. Egner (Our Daily Bread, Copyright RBC Ministries, Grand Rapids, MI. All rights reserved) THEY WITNESS BEST WHO WITNESS WITH THEIR LIVES AND THEIR LIPS.
As we behold Him we shall reflect Him; and as we reflect Him we shall be changed into the same image from glory to glory, as by the Lord the Spirit (2 Corinthians , r.v.).
Some think they could witness in the uttermost ends of the earth, but they neglect the Jerusalem of the home. Remorse deprives many Christians of the joy that should be theirs.
Those who begin here will be led almost unconsciously forward to the Judaea of their relatives, and the Samaria of their near neighborhood, and so to the further boundary. — If even your testimony is demanded, claim the power for the emergency. The hand of faith, the opened heart, may surely receive not a power, an attribute merely, but the Spirit, whose attribute of power certainly accompanies Him. A man in his middle years has withdrawn from the people in his church because he feels so bad about his past infidelity—a sin that broke up his home.
They have experienced the thrill and reality of redemption from sin; they are to be My messengers!
" The torch of the gospel, handed to those early followers of Christ, has been passed down through the generations until today it is in our hands. De Haan (Our Daily Bread, Copyright RBC Ministries, Grand Rapids, MI. All rights reserved) Our only real excuse for living in this world is to be witnesses for Jesus Christ.
That “out of stater” wrote those policies because the local staffers had neglected to do their “homework.” Acts 1:8 Our Source of Power (by Warren Wiersbe) Anointing oil speaks of the presence and the working of the Holy Spirit in our lives. If the spotless Son of God needed the Spirit’s power, how much more do we! Do we try to witness for Christ without asking the Spirit to help us (Acts 1:8)?