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I Dare You!

February 6, 2008 Leave a comment Go to comments
Preach the Gospel at all times and when necessary use words. –  St. Francis of Assisi

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A couple weeks ago the teacher at my weekly men’s Bible study was snowed in and could not make it to our normal Tuesday 6:00am meeting.  Being quick on his feet, Bryan had a DVD handy that he played.  I wanted to share a message from that DVD as well as some pretty cool links for reference.
Greg Stier (http://gregstier.org) is a Jesus-loving, raving lunatic who also creates a lot of great content for his Dare2Share.org website.
Both sites are worth looking at as they target leaders, parents, and teens on how to share the gospel as well as how to be a leader amongst your peeps.
The specific video we watched talked about an easy 6 part acronym that is worth sharing and remembering.  It is a very easy way to tell a simple story that can sometimes seem overly complex.
God created us to be with him. (Genesis 1-2)
Our sin separated us from God. (Genesis 3)
Sins cannot be removed by good deeds. (Genesis 4 – Malachi 4)
Paying the price for sin, Jesus died and rose again. (Matthew – Luke)
Everyone who trusts in him alone has eternal life. (John – Jude)
Life that’s eternal means we will be with Jesus forever. (Revelation 22:5)
The 6 line acronym of course spells Gospel.  It is just that simple.
For a detailed description and more details of each line visit the Gospel Journey area on the Dare2Share site.
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