Wednesday, April 16, 2008

Go therefore...







"Go therefore, and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit." Matt. 28:19.






Sometimes we think that just because we don't work directly in what the world perceives as "The Mission Fields", that we are not missionaries. I really believe that couldn't be farther from the truth.
This blog is a Mission Field. Our testimonies, our praises for our Lord, our dedication to His Word can all be read by someone in need of God. People can read our blog from anywhere in the WORLD. We are truly missionaries if we lift Him up and share His love with others.
I thank God for this opportunity to tell the world that Jesus Saves! As an old Jesus Freak, I said that all the time, but it means so much more now knowing that the Good News of that salvation reaches to the farthest corners.

God Bless you all,
Penny
Miss Pootsie's Primitives






7 comments:

2 Much Farm Primitives said...

Amen Penny. So many people just don't realize that EVERYBODY is a missionary and EVERYBODY is a preacher. We all have different fields and pulpits. That's why we all have different fingerprints. Our intentions should be the same no matter where we go...to the computer desk or to Africa.

Preach it, sister. I couldn't have said it better :)

Cora from Nelia's Primitive Place said...

Love you, Penny! And I love your dolls, too! We have such an opportunity through our blogs here, don't we? Thank you for the reminder to be diligent and faithful to HIM in all that we post, as the world IS watching us! Cora

Wood n' Whimsy said...

Oh Miss Penny, you are so right! My favorite saying is "Live in such a way that those who know you but don't know God, will come to know God because they know you." Your blog is a tesitimony to the love of God. Keep it up! God Bless, Celene

Lea of Farmhouse*Blessings said...

Beautiful post, Penny! so true.

And your dollies are cute as can be.

Smiles,
Lea

Sonnja said...

What a lovely dolls
Kind regards

Sonnja, from the Netherlands
Beertje Zonn

Jen said...

Amen Sister! I learned the requirements of becoming a Christian in the many churches I went to as a seeker, but it was the Christians themselves who taught me what it was to BE one.

~Jen at Visions & Verses

plain*worker*primitives said...

I loved this post it is so true..so glad I visited!

Melissa