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Summary: Part three and the final in the series Mission Possible. Why should you accept this mission?

RECAP of week one and 2:

The church is the body of Christ

To become a member of the body, you must make Christ the head! In order for this to happen you must realize there is…

Universal SIN: Romans 3:9-23

Universal SAVIOR: Romans 3:24-31

Universal REQUIREMENT: John 14:1-6

Individual RESPONSE: Romans 10:9-13; Ephesians 2:8-10

Psalm 51; John 3; 1 John, Romans 8, Romans 12

We ALL have individual and corporate missions!

Our Individual Mission as a Believer is to go, make disciples, baptize, and teach with our life and speech! (Matthew 28:19-20) Our Corporate Mission as a church is to build relationships, conduct worship, incorporate fellowship, and continue discipleship.

Today, we will answer the two final questions about the mission; however, we have only touched the surface of our mission. Remember that “Education without perspiration means there is no application.” Turn with me to 2 Peter 3.

Read and Pray…

The question we are faced with today is, “Why should I accept this mission?”

I have 3 reasons for you to accept this mission.

1. Because of God’s Promises. 2 Peter 3:1-8

God always keeps His promises. In fact, when God makes a promise, it is as good as done. He promised to return. He promised to judge. He promised to recreate.

2. Because of God’s Plan. 2 Peter 3:9-10

We need to respond with His plan in mind.

3. Because of God’s Priorities. 2 Peter 3:10-14

All we have is temporal… even the ground we are walking on!

How can we accomplish this “Mission”?

Because of God’s Power. Acts 1:8

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