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Example of a powerful gospel (yesterday in Africa)

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Frank Burder contacted me just now by Facebooking me with the question: “Where’s today’s blog post?”   I answered him, “I added some more examples to the current blog post and thought I’d give people a chance to look at them.” Yesterday (in this post) I learned of one of our teams in…
By Seth Barnes
Mozambique 862Frank Burder contacted me just now by Facebooking me with the question: “Where’s today’s blog post?”
 
I answered him, “I added some more examples to the current blog post and thought I’d give people a chance to look at them.”
Yesterday (in this post) I learned of one of our teams in Mozambique that is applying the principles of a powerful gospel. They prayed for the blind and now the blind see, they prayed for the deaf and they hear. Over hundred people were healed.
It was a great illustration of the point I was trying to make – nothing has changed about the gospel Jesus asked his disciples to preach since he gave it to them. 
 
Somehow we’ve made it about believing the right things instead of doing what Jesus did and told his disciples to do.
 
Feeling fed up with the powerless gospel you’ve been given is the first step in embracing the gospel we see in  Matthew 10. The second step is experiencing what this looks like for yourself so your faith can rise up. It’s not weird; it’s normal for people who follow Jesus. Contact me if you’re interested in where to start, or check our organization (AIM) out.
 
You were made for more – Jesus calls it “abundant life.” You’ve got one life to live, don’t you want to live it to the fullest?

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