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God came to the earth as an incarnate Son not only to save our souls but also with an equal concern for saving our bodies from the ravages of degenerating earth and from Satan's conspiracy against His coming kingdom. As the Bible describes, our soul is contained in a vessel made from the clay of this earth, (Genesis 2:7). Until the message of eternal security of the soul becomes a personal experience through spiritual regeneration, sustaining and preserving the vessel (man's physical body) from the evil schemes of premature death and destruction is a kingdom necessity. Satan has spread a web of lies concealing the truth about a default position of eternal death as a conspiracy against the kingdom. All humanity is affected by the fatal snake bite and is destined to eternal death. If no action is taken in a conscious choice for the eternal security of the soul, on account of our default position in sin the physical death would mean an automatic eternal separation from God.
If the Gospel fails to reach the unsaved with the antidote in Christ before the vessel is shattered, the eternal death of the soul will be an inevitable consequence. By creating the distortions and the deficiency of the truth about God and His plan for restoring His kingdom Satan is maintaining his conspiracy in the manifestations of spiritual darkness. As a part of his conspiracy the elements contributing to the premature physical death of humanity are concealed from human understanding for most people. In the absence of eternal security in Christ, on account of the default position Satan has the assurance of souls in eternal death from all who fall victim to his devices of destruction. Some of his devices of destruction are active in the form of poverty, hunger, malnutrition, disease, crime and corruption to name just a few. They are all focused on destroying human lives before the antidote of eternal life in Christ is administered. Based on this hypothesis it is of extreme theological importance to understand the holistic nature of the mission of the church and the holistic paradigm of the Great Commission inviting urgent attention to the physical needs of humanity along with the spiritual need. Failure to respond to the social and physical needs of humanity also has a serious ramification in the caution given by Jesus, (Matthew 25:45-46).
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I request to be come upon one of the associate member of global mission project.
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and in other to see our people become great , disciple makers,
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I LikeThis Mission .We must love God and neighbor.This is the way of the showing of God's Love.Because the scripture said (James 2:16 -and one of you tells them,"Go in peace,be warmed and filled;" and yet you didn't give them the things the body needs, what good is it?) .So, how do you think?
May God bless You and Your Family!
Isaac Ayitey Okai
I don't really see any conflict between the two extremist ideologies of "'Gospel alone is sufficient for the salvation of the whole person" and "Social services and global concerns for human dignity." We need to understand that one does not have to be a Christian in order to help alleviate the social deficiencies within our communities. This is something that humans will have to do to help their fellow human beings, irrespective of one religious affiliations. But being a Christian whose mandate his to show the world the love of God through his Son Jesus Christ (John 3:16), we have more reason to play an advocacy role calling the world's attention to the needs of the marginalize of the society. Notwithstanding, the primarily mission is to save the world from Sin and Self-destruction. Food, clothing, shelter and medical outreaches can never save a single soul from Sinful nature (Sin). Nether can these ever eradicate Sin from the surface of the earth! For the enhancement of gospel spread.
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