Tell Them By Brenda Drake

            They say misery loves company and it seems people are quick to share bad news weather it is true or untrue. How can we be silent about the Good News of Salvation?  We are instructed by God’s Word to preach in season and out of season. It is vital for the lost to hear of the wonderful provision for their soul. I am forever grateful I heard and believed and was made a new creature in Christ.

Tell Them

Go to the nations; tell them about God’s Son.
Tell them all the good that He has done.
Share the gospel; the Word is still true today.
Go tell them it will never fade away.
Go to the barren lands and give bread to eat.
Go to the byways and into the crowded streets.
In the darkness be a light.
Share about the love of Christ.
Show by signs and wonders that follow Jesus’ name.
Proudly stand and God’s promises proclaim.
Go into the darkness to save from the harvest of blood.
Pull them out of danger lead to the cross of wood.
Reach to the leper, to make clean again.
Cast the sickness of sin out from them
Tell the story of your once blindness and deafness to show,
So the truth to them can be known.
Teach little children whenever you get a chance.
Always help another no matter the circumstance.
I always will lead and guide you, you need never fear.
If obedient the Spirit already prepares hearts to hear.
Go tell the rejected cast-a-way.
If they come I will not turn them away.
Go into the highways, the hill country, and the plains,
Tell everyone that God still breaks away chains.
Tell them the King of Kings the honor of their presence requests.
State the wedding invitations are already sent.
As you go to love others is My plea.
When you truly care you will tell them all about Me.

Psalms 34:1-4
I will bless the LORD at all times: his praise shall continually be in my mouth.
My soul shall make her boast in the LORD: the humble shall hear thereof, and be glad. O magnify the LORD with me, and let us exalt his name together. I sought the LORD, and he heard me, and delivered me from all my fears.

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