A church that does not evangelize will fossilize

A church that does not evangelize will fossilize – Meaning the church will die!

A church that does not evangelize will fossilize

A church that does not evangelize will fossilize - Meaning the church will die!

First what is a fossil? A fossil is any preserved remains, impression, or trace of any once-living thing. Saying it was once living. That sounds bad, the church was once living.

If your church or even yourself, are not out evangelizing, sooner or later your church will fossilize, meaning it will die off. We are all called to share the gospel and witness. That means making other disciples that make other disciples. It is an on going process.

It is not the pastors job, but our job. Invite people to church! Share your pastors sermons on social media instead of always sharing your family outings.

Give out gospel tracts! There are many ways we can evangelize. Nothing we do for the Lord turns up vain. The only thing that is vain, is not doing anything at all.

Which brings me to another point, if we are not going out evangelizing, we might want to look at our walk with the Lord as if we are truly saved or we have unrepented sin.

A church cannot grow if the church is not evangelizing. We cannot reach the lost and those unchurched if we are not out there sharing the gospel.

Without a vision the people will perish and go to hell without us evangelizing.

Each person has his or her way of sharing the gospel and inviting people. Nothing we do for God goes in vain. Even the smallest tiniest thing helps.

Writing idea from “701 Sentence Sermons” a Book about attention getting quotes for church signs, bulletins, newsletters and sermons. And of course they can be used for writing prompts on blogs too. This book is by L. James Harvey. ISBN 0-8254-2889-0.

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