Personal Reflection Of Pursuing The Lost In The Bible

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Pursuing the Lost
As I reflect on my desire to be a part of a Multicultural Urban Ministry, I realized that I want to leave a legacy of passion on pursuing God. A pursuit that is so prevalent, that it is known without it being spoken.
In Deuteronomy 4, we are reminded of the blessings that are promised to us through the obedience of our ancestors. Moses relays careful instructions to us on how to build the foundational stepping-stones during our pursuit to draw near to God and even reflects on his own disobedience to detour us from losing our focus on how to receive the promise given to our ancestors. This passage in the Bible is also a reminder that the generations that follow us, will look to us as the example on how to pursue God and that the promise is to also be received by the future generations.
In fact, as I was reflecting on my purpose I visualized myself smiling as I was looking down from heaven at my children, grandchildren, family, and the generations after me as they pursue God with passion and envisioning myself swinging open wide the gates of heaven and welcome them home.
There are so many people in this world who are at the end of themselves and on the verge of giving up hope and feel that they are unworthy to go to the Father. The desperation for change is growing rapidly because the enemy is overshadowing this generation with a cloud of discouragement, depression, doom, gloom and despair. Psychologist are seeing more people losing the will

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