Aqui uma mensagem escrita pelo irmão Alex, evangelista de Cristo. Ele também envangelisa através do internet. É sempre muito bom ler o que ele escreve, porisso estou publicando aqui para voces tambem.
A vinda do Senhor Jesus Cristo será gloriosa para os seus servos, mas uma catástrofe incalculável para os que ficarem. Eis que vem o Dia do Senhor, dia cruel, com ira e ardente furor, para converter a terra em assolação e dela destruir os pecadores. (Isaías 13:9)
READ: Acts 2:38-47
Those who gladly received his word were baptized . . . . They continued daily in the apostles’ doctrine. —Acts 2:41-42
We see an example in Acts 2 and 8. With their baptism, 3,000 people declared their conversion to Christ (2:41). Then they demonstrated their conversion to the church by devoting themselves to the teaching of the apostles and fellowshiping with other believers. "Having favor with all the people" (2:47) suggests they were also helping others. Later, when persecution scattered them, they "went everywhere preaching the word" (8:4). This was their conversion back to the world.
Conversion is first of all a commitment to Jesus Christ as our Lord and Savior. This brings salvation. But once we know Jesus as our Savior, it is only natural to want to join a fellowship of others who share the same faith. "Lone-ranger" Christians-people who don't want to get involved-tend either to slip back into their old ways or become smug and self-righteous.
Although fellowshiping with other believers is vital, there is more to our responsibility. We need to return to the world with compassion, loving deeds, kind words, and warm smiles. It takes only one conversion to be saved but all three to be what God wants us to be.
Once we receive God's saving grace
The conversion of a soul is the miracle of a moment; the growth of a saint is the task of a lifetime.