Sir, we would like to meet Jesus.

by | Jan 18, 2021

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“Sir, we would like to meet Jesus.”
“Some Greeks had gone to Jerusalem to worship during Passover. Philip from Bethsaida in Galilee was there too. So they went to him and said, “Sir, we would like to meet Jesus.” Philip told Andrew. Then the two of them went to Jesus and told him. Jesus said: The time has come for the Son of Man to be given his glory. I tell you for certain that a grain of wheat that falls on the ground will never be more than one grain unless it dies. But if it dies, it will produce lots of wheat. John 12:20-24 (CEV)
The Greeks then did not have direct access to the Jews.
However, they have heard about the Lord Jesus Christ.
They obviously have seen the life-changing impacts He has made.
Positively, they identified Philip as someone who could take them to Jesus.
Do people around you know you closely with Jesus?

Can people approach you to lead them to Jesus?
Can you really?

Philip told Andrew, and both of them went to Jesus.
After that, Jesus public announced that HE would, through the Cross, be available to all.
Now there is no barrier to all.
Jesus paid the Ultimate Ransome for the sin of all.
Can the seekers of Jesus find Him through you?
What do people know you as?
“As I was going through your city and looking at the things you worship, I found an altar with the words, “To an Unknown God.” You worship this God, but you don’t really know him. So I want to tell you about him.”
Acts 23:7 (CEV)
Paul came across people who did not know God.
He told them:
I want to tell you about him.
Can you do the same today?
Position yourself in a place you can lead others to the Savior.

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