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  1. Thank you Darien, Eric, Phil & Jennifer 🙂

    Sharing God's Mission : "I want to be __________ ! Amen."
    The keyword hunt was great & thank you to Esther Rodriguez for the artwork clue.

    Co-mission: working with King Jesus. "Leave Jesus with you in some way.", Phil.
    "Mission of love... in and with Christ", Jennifer.

    1. Is this True, Somewhat True or False ? Given how much culture has changed since the time of Abraham, there should be considerably higher limits on how hospitable we are to strangers.
    False. For the benchmark on hospitality, I refer to King Jesus' words in Matthew 25:45 KJV "Verily I say unto you, Inasmuch as ye did it not to one of the least of these, ye did it not to Me."

    Hospitality definition from Google: "The friendly and generous reception and entertainment of guests, visitors, or strangers."

    2. What was Abraham's motivation for interceding on behalf of wicked Sodom and Gomorrah ?
    To cover Lot & his family.

    3. Is this True, Somewhat True or False ? When we have done everything to share the gospel with someone who refuses to abandon deadly habits, there comes a point where we enable them by helping them.
    True. Before sharing the gospel, discern which seed you are dealing with (King Jesus words in Matthew 13:38 KJV). If they are the seed of Satan: stop & heed King Jesus' words in Matthew 7:6 KJV.

    4. What does proactive intercession look like for us ?
    Matthew 5:44 KJV gives a stronger requirement than John 13:34 KJV.

    5. How do we proactively share God's mission ?
    Just do it ! (Nike motto). The Holy spirit will guide you.

    Best wishes to Curtis who is Down Under in Maurice Ashton's neck of the woods.


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