Followers of Jesus have believed his message and accepted his invitation. If you’re not yet a follower of Jesus, having now heard his message, will you accept his invitation to follow him as Lord and receive the Spirit?
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Acts 1-2 series, Episode 4: believing Jesus' message and accepting his invitation
Just like the disciples were at Pentecost 2,000 years ago, we need to be ready to tell people that they need to repent of their sin, be baptised as an outward sign of following Jesus and that God will give them the Holy Spirit.
God's amazing promise is that he will add people to his kingdom through us as we offer them this great invitation to turn to him in faith! In Bible, we hear the Jesus' message of his death and resurrection, and are urged to accept his invitation to turn from sin and follow him as Lord.
If you're a follower of Jesus, you have believed Jesus' message and accepted his invitation. Jesus is your Lord and King and the Holy Spirit lives in you to show you have been saved. If you're not yet a follower of Jesus, having now heard his message, will you accept his invitation?
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