Psalm 86:9

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by: FCC Staff

08/17/2022

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“All the nations you have made shall come and worship before you, O Lord, and shall glorify your name.” Psalm 86:9

Our passage today promises that all the nations will come and worship the one true God.

Before that happens, people from all the nations must hear that Christ died for their sins. The Bible has much to say about how this will, and should, come about.

The last part of the Great Commission says, “teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you …” (Matthew 28:20) Paul asks the people in the church in Rome, “How then will they call on him in whom they have not believed? And how are they to believe in him of whom they have never heard?” (Romans 10:14a)

We do not have to be teachers or preachers in the formal sense.  But we all have a story to tell.  People can (and will) debate about the Trinity, whether or not the virgin birth is real, or whether or not hell is a literal place. What they cannot argue with is our story.  It is our story, and that has great power. We can say, “It might not be true for you, but this is what God has done in my life.” 

So how will they believe if they have not heard? And how will they hear unless they have been told?  The personal application for today is this: Who have we told today? And…Who did we tell yesterday? Who did we tell last week? 

All the nations will come and worship God and give glory to His name. Are we doing our part to see that that happens? 

Prayer for Today

Dear Heavenly Father, we ask not for opportunities to share with others about the saving grace available through Your Son.  There are always abundant opportunities. Instead, Lord, we ask for boldness to proclaim what You have done in our lives through the death, burial, and resurrection of Your Son. Lord, we do this because You have commanded it, but also, Lord, to hasten the day when people from all nations will come and worship You. Amen.

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“All the nations you have made shall come and worship before you, O Lord, and shall glorify your name.” Psalm 86:9

Our passage today promises that all the nations will come and worship the one true God.

Before that happens, people from all the nations must hear that Christ died for their sins. The Bible has much to say about how this will, and should, come about.

The last part of the Great Commission says, “teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you …” (Matthew 28:20) Paul asks the people in the church in Rome, “How then will they call on him in whom they have not believed? And how are they to believe in him of whom they have never heard?” (Romans 10:14a)

We do not have to be teachers or preachers in the formal sense.  But we all have a story to tell.  People can (and will) debate about the Trinity, whether or not the virgin birth is real, or whether or not hell is a literal place. What they cannot argue with is our story.  It is our story, and that has great power. We can say, “It might not be true for you, but this is what God has done in my life.” 

So how will they believe if they have not heard? And how will they hear unless they have been told?  The personal application for today is this: Who have we told today? And…Who did we tell yesterday? Who did we tell last week? 

All the nations will come and worship God and give glory to His name. Are we doing our part to see that that happens? 

Prayer for Today

Dear Heavenly Father, we ask not for opportunities to share with others about the saving grace available through Your Son.  There are always abundant opportunities. Instead, Lord, we ask for boldness to proclaim what You have done in our lives through the death, burial, and resurrection of Your Son. Lord, we do this because You have commanded it, but also, Lord, to hasten the day when people from all nations will come and worship You. Amen.

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