One of the pleasures of gardening is to be able to share the bounty of the garden with others. To be able to bring a handful of tomatoes, a bag of cucumbers, or an armful of flowers wrapped in wet newspaper to a friend or neighbor warms the heart of the giver as well as the receiver.
Christians experience an abundance of blessings through our Lord and Savior. One of the pleasures and duties of the Christian life is to share Christ, the author of such blessings, with others so that they, too, are able to be blessed.
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SCRIPTURE: Matthew 28:1–20; Mark 5:1–8, 18-20; John 14:1–6; Acts 4:1–12; 8:26–35; Romans 10:9–15; 1 Peter 3:13–16
• Identify the Current Issue
• Discover the Eternal Principles
—Teaching point one: Sharing Christ with others is a command.
—Teaching point two: Sharing Christ with others is necessary.
—Teaching point three: Sharing Christ with others is personal.
• Apply Your Findings
• Recommended Resources
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