HELLO FROM THE TEMPLE …
“Now Is the Time”
Pastor Brice has shared his vision of getting 1,000 people saved. He has given us (STMI) the mission of bringing 1,000 people to Christ. Pray and then contact! Pray before you start your mission of expanding the Kingdom of God.
As we’re embarking on our prayer journey of witnessing and bringing others to Christ. Pray for 7 minutes each day during a 7-Day week, asking God to connect you with 7 people so you can share the Good News.
Be consistent in doing this. Once the 7-Day week is up, then pray some more. Start over, keep doing this. After you do this for 3 times (21 days) this will develop into a habit. Once your habit is formed it will lead you to keep on praying. 1 Thessalonians 5:17 (pray without ceasing) – Luke 18:1 (pray and not give up) – Colossians 4:2 (devote yourselves to prayer)
Pray what’s on your heart. However, I’m posting two examples of witnessing prayers that’ll give you a head start. Both prayers are from our pastor’s shepherd. Pastor Larry S. Brice, Sr.
“Lord, discipline me to shine my light and help lead a lost soul out from the night.” – Pastor Larry S. Brice, Sr. Matthew 5:16 & 1 Peter 2:9
“Lord my sincere plea is to win souls for Thee!” – Pastor Larry S. Brice, Sr. Proverbs 11:30
Leading souls to Christ will honor Him. You can do this while shopping: groceries – clothes –furniture. Getting your car washed – waiting at the BART station – walking your dog. Every time there is contact with another person is the perfect time to share your testimony. Share how God is working in your life. Then invite them to visit Solomon Temple.
Don’t forget that the way you carry yourself will also attract others to seek you out wondering why you’re so happy – cool – and calm during world turbulence and stressful situations.
“Actions don’t always speak louder than words – sometimes they speak instead of words.” – Rev. Seymore Brice.
Now is the time to reach out to others and bring them to Christ. Don’t miss your opportunity!
Solomon Temple Ministries International – Blogger – Othella Hill-Jordan