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FROM THE SERVANT GENERAL
 
 

FROM THE SERVANT GENERAL

OUR THEME FOR 2014
(Part 16)

WHAT WE PROCLAIM

January 12, 2014
Today’s reading: Acts 10:34-38


We are empowered to witness. “We are witnesses of all that he did” (Acts 10:39a). What is the essence of the witness we are called to? We proclaim the good news of Jesus Christ. We evangelize.

First, we proclaim “Jesus Christ, who is Lord of all” (v.36b). We want people to meet Christ, and to live Christ by letting him reign as Lord of their lives.

Second, we proclaim the word that God sends to His people, that of peace. “You know the word that he sent to the Israelites as he proclaimed peace through Jesus Christ” (v.36a). People are looking for peace but cannot find it. But the Prince of Peace has already come. It is only in Jesus that we can be in right relationships with all.

Third, we proclaim the good that Jesus did and does. “He went about doing good and healing all those oppressed by the devil” (v.38b). Jesus brings salvation and liberation.

Fourth, we proclaim that anyone who turns to God and mends his ways is accepted into the Kingdom. “Rather, in every nation whoever fears him and acts uprightly is acceptable to him.” (v.35). We help bring people to repentance and faith in Jesus. They are restored as children of God.

Fifth, we proclaim that Jesus came for all. In truth, I see that God shows no partiality.” (v.34b). The good news of salvation in Jesus is for all. The work started in Jerusalem, then expanded to Judea and Samaria, then to the ends of the earth.

In doing such proclamation, we are empowered to witness. We go in the very power of God, for this is His work. Thus “God anointed Jesus of Nazareth with the holy Spirit and power.” (v.38a). In the same way, God anoints us with the Holy Spirit and power. We then proclaim “what has happened all over Judea, beginning in Galilee after the baptism that John preached” (v.37), till we reach the very ends of the earth.

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