Monday January 27th
Who shall go for us?
God need men and women who have found the saving grace of our Lord Jesus Christ to go out in search of the lost souls. He laid down an example for us in Genesis 3:9 where he went looking for Adam in the Garden of Eden after the fall. God is looking for people to win street boys and girls, pimps, hardened criminals, robbers, social miscreants, drug dealers, prostitutes, etc. God is looking for those who are highly anointed to bring these un-reached groups into his kingdom. We must target people who are the brains behind insecurity in our societies if we really desire security of lives and property. God, like in the days of Isaiah the prophet, is looking for highly anointed people to send to nations that resistant to the gospel. We need people who can minister in societies that are dominated to atheists, hard-core Muslims, secularists, humanists as well as those who are sold out to the occult. God needs missionaries who are powerfully anointed to go for Him and rescue perishing souls around the world. The Church needs believers who have what it takes to go out there and heal the sick, cast out demons and deliver the oppressed in the Name of Jesus Christ. God is asking passionately, “who shall I send, who shall go for us?” are you highly anointed? if your answer is yes, then say to Him: “Here am I, send me”. The anointing which God is bringing your way through this devotional is not meant for frivolities, it is meant to meet the need of the assignment God has for you.
When my birthday approaches, people ask me time and again”what do you desire as a gift for your birthday?” I have always replied “Souls”. The greatest gift anyone can ever give me is the salvation of multitude of souls. The salvation of souls not only brings joy to me but also to my Daddy. Go all the way to win souls if you want to please God. The Bible in Ezekiel 3:18 says,
“When I say unto the wicked, thou shalt surely die; and thou givest him not warning, nor speakest to warn the wicked from his wicked way to save his life; the same wicked man shall die in his iniquity; but his blood will I require at thine hand.”
The implication of this scripture is that some believers may be in danger of hell, not because they directly commit the so-called popular sins, but because of the sin of omission. Failure to go all out to evangelise is a sin of omission. The Lord consistently is asking: “Who will go for us?” Let your answer be: “He am I, send me”. You shall be mightly rewarded for it.
Draw out a personal soul-winning programme for yourself and better still, for your family and work out its execution without further delay.