Came for the Sick
We sometimes wonder why the Savior of the World had to become human, but Christ’s humanity accomplished many things. He is able to relate to us because of his experience with temptation and He left an example of what it means to honor God with our lives.
As a man, Jesus spent much of his time with vile sinners, which religious leaders turned their noses up to. But those “vile sinners” were the very reason why he became flesh and dwelt among us.
His purpose was...and is... to save those who are sick and dead in their sin, those in the need of a savior and a Lord to direct their lives.
Jesus came for the spiritually sick and lost. How has this been true in your own life?
Who do you know that is “spiritually sick,” who does not have Jesus as their Lord?
How have you tried to engage them with the truth of the Word of God?
How do you struggle with sin when you are in their presence? Or how have you ‘dimmed/hidden’ your light when they’re around?
When are you going to engage them with the gospel of Jesus Christ?
OBSERVE: Look at your friends and ask yourself if Jesus is their Lord
PRAY: Ask God to give you the wisdom and courage engage them with the gospel (Invite to event, talk about the Bible, etc...)
ASK: Invite them to rockyouth Christmas Party where the gospel will be clearly and simply shared.