A call is heard from far away
From over sea and land
Of lives expiring every day
Like an hourglass of sand.
To the ears of our hearts
They call without words,
From the world’s farthest parts
They’re desperate to be heard.
With broken souls and hungry bones
They cry for what they do not know;
With blind eyes and hearts of stone
Day by day their needs grow.
They don’t just need water,
But they crave the Water of Life
The orphan and slave made son and daughter,
They’re craving peace an end to strife.
You know what they crave
Though they do not;
From heaven to cradle to cross then cave
One man, one God their lives He bought.
Only the Way, the Truth, the Life
Only this God, this sacrificial Man
Can bring relief to their souls and end their strife;
Will you hear their call and be His hand?
How will they learn what they do not know?
How will they hear if we do not go?
Go. Make. Teach
“And Jesus came and said to them, ‘All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to Me. Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you. And behold, I am with you always, to the end of the age.’” – Matthew 28:18-20
Go—it can be a scary word sometimes, but it is what we are called to do.
We are called to go.
Go to people who long for something more, to people who are broken, to people who are lost.
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We are called to go, and we are called to make.
To make broken hearts whole, empty bellies full, and wounded bodies mended.
We are called to make an orphan beloved, a sinner a saint, and a lost one found. To make disciples of wandering souls.
We are called to go, to make, and to teach.
To teach the blind to see and the deaf to hear and dead to rise.
We are called to teach the beloved to love, the saints to forgive, and the found to find.
Go. Make. Teach—tasks that would be impossible for us to do on our own. But we are never alone. Jesus has filled us with the Holy Spirit and He will be with us, helping us and guiding us, until the end of the age when Christ returns.
So, we never have to be afraid to go.
We never have to be afraid to make.
We never have to be afraid to teach.
Let us therefore go and make and teach in the Name of Christ who commissioned us.