I’ve been wondering if Christians will have to reach every unreached people group, or at least every unengaged unreached people group, before Jesus returns. It seems to me that the disciples lived as though they believed Jesus would return any day.
When God blesses a man, he blesses his generations. It flows from God to the parents and children.

I’ve been wondering if Christians will have to reach every unreached people group, or at least every unengaged unreached people group, before Jesus returns. It seems to me that the disciples lived as though they believed Jesus would return any day.

Prophesy is rooted in your relationship and fellowship with God, who knows everything about everyone. However, a prophecy also needs the cooperation of its recipient.
For example, more than seven-in-ten Christian women (72 percent) say religion is “very important” in their lives, compared with 62 percent of Christian men. Roughly eight-in-ten Christian women also say they are absolutely certain God exists and that the Bible is the Word of God, compared with about seven-in-ten men who say the same.[give_form id="5744" show_title="true" show_goal="true"]
The Lord desires for you to place Him first in your life, but He knows it can be hard with the worries of life. He wants you to come to Him and place Him first, for He is the One who ultimately establishes your steps.
For such a time as this” - the phrase alone invokes courage and hope among believers. From the time we’re first introduced to it from the book of Esther, these six simple words inspire us toward that one defining moment we all long for—our chance to make a difference. A moment like Queen Esther’s.
God is not bound by the laws of the natural world. He is, by definition, supernatural, and He created us in His image. We are supernatural beings. So why do we confine our understanding of Him--and our relationship to Him--within our own physical, finite limitations?
God is not bound by the laws of the natural world. He is, by definition, supernatural, and He created us in His image. We are supernatural beings. So why do we confine our understanding of Him--and our relationship to Him--within our own physical, finite limitations?
God is not bound by the laws of the natural world. He is, by definition, supernatural, and He created us in His image. We are supernatural beings. So why do we confine our understanding of Him--and our relationship to Him--within our own physical, finite limitations?
God is not bound by the laws of the natural world. He is, by definition, supernatural, and He created us in His image. We are supernatural beings. So why do we confine our understanding of Him--and our relationship to Him--within our own physical, finite limitations?

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