Hell isn’t a popular topic. In fact, you probably didn’t wake up and think “I would really like to think about Hell today.” If you did you might want to get some extra spiritual help today.
I thought it was important to not skip over the topic of Hell this Lent. We know we need and have a savior, but what are we really saved from? Hell exists because of our freedom. We have the ability to choose to accept God’s free gift or not.
Ultimately, a discussion about Heaven and Hell should lead us to consider our relationship with God. If Heaven is ultimately union with God, why would we want to go there if we don’t love God? Seek to grow closer to God and pray for a greater desire for prayer in your life.
Michael Gormley, or Gomer as his friends call him, considers the not so popular topic of Hell today. He also challenges each of us to go into the hells of this world and bring the announcement that He has risen.
Don’t just listen to today’s message. Share it on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest or email it to a friend who needs to hear it.
#ShareJesus daily goal: two posts: one with the video and one without.
Don’t forget to use the #ShareJesus with each post.
- Whenever we share the gospel the Holy Spirit is working in us. Ask Him for help.
- Maybe you are getting tired of trying to #ShareJesus on social media or feel like you aren’t being successful. Try something different. Invite a friend to join. Ask a question to your friends/followers.
On Social Media today consider these questions:
- Where are the hells of this world you are called to announce the good news to?
- What does it mean to you that Jesus is your savior? What does he save you from?
- Reflect on God’s mercy
Don’t forget on Facebook, please share the video from our Facebook page. This way you’ll get a lot more views than if you share a Youtube link on Facebook.
From Twitter please use the Youtube link http://youtu.be/RgDw8DHKngA with your posts and don’t forget to RT our tweets.
- Share with someone your idea of what Heaven is like.
- Make an effort to take the good news to some “hell” in the world around you.
- Support someone who is making an effort to be a missionary in your local community.
- Continue to pray for those who you want to share the Lord by name with over Lent.
Take Gomer’s challenge to heart. Bring the Good News to the “hells” of your world. Pope Francis challenges us in a similar way, “I prefer a church which is bruised, hurting and dirty because it has been out on the streets, rather than a church which is unhealthy from being confined and from clinging to its own security.” Bring the gospel to the streets.