He Is With You Always
he is with you always
TEXT: Matt. 28:19
Exegetical Proposition: Jesus promised to empower His disciples to according to their obedience to His Great Commission.
Theological Proposition: Jesus promised to empower His disciples according to their obedience to His Great Commission.
Homiletical Proposition: The Christians quality of life is dependent on their obedience to the Great Commission.
Interrogative: What is the Great Commission?
Key Word: Commission
I. Jesus commissioned His disciples (Matt, 28:19,20)
A. To make disciples of all nations (v.19a)
B. To baptize (v.19b)
C. To teach all that He had commanded (v.20a)
II. Jesus explains the way of His commission (Acts 1:8)
A. His disciples would receive power to make disciples
B. His disciples would receive power to baptize
C. His disciples would receive power to teach
III. The Holy Spirit baptized disciples (Acts 2:2-4)
A. To make three thousand more disciples (Acts 2:38-39)
B. To baptize them (Acts 2:41)
C. To teach them to do the things Jesus had commanded (Acts 2:42)
IV. The disciples responded to the guidance of the Holy Spirit (Acts 13)
A. They were making disciples from many ethnic backgrounds (v.1)
B. They were a church of prophets and teachers (v.1)
C. They were called by the Holy Spirit to make disciples all over the known world (v.2, 3)
Conclusion:“He is with you always.”