Bulletin – April 22, 2012

Salvation is not like an airline ticket to Brussels, Belgium.  It is not just to provide us a passage to eternity and the Holy City.  The baptism of the Holy Spirit is coupled with the great commission: “Ye shall receive power after that the Holy Ghost is come upon you: and ye shall be witnesses unto me both in Jerusalem, and in all Judaea, and in Samaria, and unto the uttermost part of the earth.”  You need to share what you know.

The knowledge God gives is not given as a private keepsake to be stowed in a curio cabinet.  God intends for us to share the knowledge we have received with other people—with our children, our families, our neighbors, our countrymen, and with people from every nation in the world.

When gold was discovered in 1849 in Sutter’s Mill in Sacramento, California, the word spread and the gold rush began.  Men left their Eastern cities and farms, and journeyed over the hot and dry trails to California.  From man to man, from mouth to ear, the knowledge was shared.  As the knowledge of transportation has advanced, the information about the automobile, the steamship, the railroad, the ocean liner, the airplanes, and the rocket ships has been passed on.  How much more should the biblical discoveries and revelations be passed on to others.



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