9Mar

are you hoarding hope?

The Spirit of the Lord is on me, because he has anointed me to proclaim good news to the poor. He has sent me to proclaim freedom for the prisoners and recovery of sight for the blind, to set the oppressed free, to proclaim the year of the Lord’s favor. – Luke 4:18-19, NIV

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Pray sincerely.

Listen online closely.

Reach out boldly.

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The gospel is the key that will set the prisoners free. You’ve got it. They need it. Will you share it? #LiveSticky

What’s the most difficult part of sharing Christ in the digital space for you? Is it harder or easier than reaching out face-to-face?


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  • Teasicannon

    “The Lord builds up Jerusalem; He gathers together the outcasts of Israel. He heals the broke-hearted, and binds up their wounds.” (Psalms 147: 2-3)

    This post reminds me once again how very precious broken hearts are to our Father. His heart is broken every day – in more ways than we will ever comprehend this side of heaven. So…He understands. And He is the remedy. And…we are His witnesses.

  • Tami Heim

    It’s all a part of God’s masterful plan to restore us. May we do all we can to be His hands and feet in this day. Bless you for sharing and being here with us.

  • http://www.tonyjalicea.com Tony Alicea

    I think the most difficult part of sharing Christ in the digital space is tone. I’m a very friendly person and I try to come across with that tone as much as possible in text. However, not everyone can read your tone and sometimes things can come across the wrong way.

    I try to measure my words as carefully as possible to be sure that my words come across in love.

  • http://kennysilva.net Kenny Silva

    The most difficult part about sharing Christ online, for me, is the lack of contact. If I can look you in the eyes and tell you that I care about you, you can know that there’s so much more to the message. You would know that I’m not just some religious brow-beater, trying to convert you to my point of view.

    We can build relationships online that come close to that point, but they’re fragile and easily shattered. That’s why we have to be ever-vigilant about how we share the Gospel. Words are too easily misunderstood, twisted, and misinterpreted. A poorly worded email can end up being the last email of yours that gets opened…