I was viewing a Christian program with my husband recently, and it consisted of several scenarios and dramatic skits. With each skit came a deeper understanding, and a solidification of what we are to do as
Christians. Their acting solidified Jesus’s words of going out to teach to those who have ears to hear, and eyes to see. And most especially, to those who are in bondage, and not living for Christ, or who
don’t know him personally and completely.
The drama portrayed in the skits were serious, although at times, humorous. However, they accomplished what they sought to do, which was deliver, and to bring forth an explosive message, about
our inherent responsibilities as Christians.
Jesus’ truth, and light was the “core” of the presentation, and most especially His love. It depicted how His light and love is an open invitation to everyone. Jesus’ Words and power, ultimately hoping to reach
souls that don’t have the expansive capacity yet to see what Jesus is all about, clearly was the sole purpose of the drama.
“God’s Grace, Compassion, Wisdom, and Love “is just a few ways in which to describe our supreme Sovereign King. He wants His children to “listen “and wait for His direction for their lives.
And hence, we need to help to spread the word.
What are we going to do about it?
Are we consistently and openly being an example of who Christ is?
In the very last skit, the four performers each acted out purposely in a negative way. Emphasizing how much they hated life; and how they didn’t need anyone at all. They were lost and in the dark.
The last scene was perhaps the most moving and palpable of all. A young girl was on her knees crying out, “I am in hell, and all I needed was Jesus to keep me from this torment-why didn’t you tell me?
Why? You could have saved me…”
There wasn’t a sound in the entire church filled audience- so staggering and so prolific the message, so intense.
How will you reach someone today who doesn’t know the truth?
“Father, may I be a vessel for Your Word, Your love, and Your light, in all I do and say, may I honor You always, in Jesus’ name, Amen.”
Matthew 28:19-20 Go ye therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost: Teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I have commanded you: and, lo, I am with you always, even unto the end of the world. Amen.