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Tuesday: The Importance of Reporting — 5 Comments

  1. Yes, we don't need to do alot with ourselves we just need to evangelise and then witness His goodness to the rest.

  2. As Christians we should never rest comfortably on the thought that the "importance of reporting" is a duty reserved for organized ministries within the church. No, the "importance of reporting" goes more deeper than that. A Godly woman in our church came up to me and asked, "How was Your week?" I knew she was a strong praying mother of three daughters. I'm a quiet person but for some reason I decided right then not to give her the typical "fine and yours?" answer but to step out of my comfort zone and share with her a special praise report of my week instead. My son is currently in the military and has been deployed overseas for a year. He had left the faith for a while and just this week I get an email from him saying that he is studying the Word and he wants books to read, Patriarchs and Prophets, Prophets and Kings, Desire of Ages, Acts of the Apostles and the Great Controversy...the very books he never wanted to read when he was at home but now he does! I had tears of joy! Praise God! I thought what God had did in my life as a mom was so special that I had to share this very important "praise report" with my audience of one because she could relate and rejoice with me in Gods goodness and mercy and we could encourage each other to continue praying for our "kids" no matter how old they are. This lesson taught me that the "importance of reporting" does not rest solely on church officials, but rests on all of us as well.

    • To me your testimony is a fulfillment of the promise, "Train up a child in the way he should go, And when he is old he will not depart from it." (Prov. 22:6 NKJV)

    • Ann, that is interesting. When I was in the Army in Vietnam, I found special spiritual sustenance in the Conflict of the Ages series as well. Perhaps it would be a good idea to make sure that every SDA service member has a set if they wish.


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