Think about what it’s like to know that you support a ministry that is changing people’s lives every day with the love of Jesus. Think about what it’s like to be a part of an army of believers making the gospel happen all over this earth! We’re literally reaching the world together.
Kenneth Copeland Ministries is reaching out to the world through every available voice! Whether it’s bringing the Word to classrooms in Uganda, helping orphans in the Philippines or raising up preachers in prisons, you’re changing lives through your partnership with KCM every day.
It is easy for us to have an inward focus in the times we are living in. We’ve been told to stay at home and focus on self-preservation. We spend our time making money or being with our families or living for the weekends. But we can’t get caught up in our personal bubbles to the extent that we can’t relate to the dying world around us.
People are God’s highest creation.
He created us in His image. In other words, He looked at Himself, and then He created us. Look at Psalm 8:4–8 in the Passion Translation:
Why would you bother with puny, mortal man or care about human beings? Yet what honour you have given to men, created only a little lower than Elohim, crowned with glory and magnificence. You have delegated to them rulership over all you have made, with everything under their authority, placing earth itself under the feet of your image-bearers. All the created order and every living thing of the earth, sky, and sea—the wildest beasts and all that move in the paths of the sea—everything is in submission to Adam’s sons.
Like how Jesus tells us about our importance to God: “You can buy two sparrows for only a copper coin, yet not even one sparrow falls from its nest without the knowledge of your Father. Aren’t you worth much more to God than many sparrows? So don’t worry. For your Father cares deeply about even the smallest detail of your life” (Matt. 10:29–31, TPT).
We all are important to God, because He sent Jesus, His Son, to die on a cross for our sins. His desire is for each person to have a personal relationship with Him.
Because He cares so much for people, God calls believers to focus on the lost. This isn’t a suggestion; it is a command from God.
We should follow Jesus’ example and begin to see people and speak to them as He did.
Paul encouraged us that, when we speak, our words should be gracious and attractive so that we will always have the right answer for everyone we speak to. How do you see and talk to people who don’t look, act, dress, or speak like you?
Let’s do what Jesus did and say what Jesus said. Let’s continue to love the lost and bring in the harvest.
Add your supply of faith and pray for all the twice sown seed outreaches and ministries we support and partner with. We get to give into these ministries because of the the generosity and prayers of our Partners. It an honour to reflect His love—the love that we have each received—to others. What’s more, we know that we can only accomplish these feats with the help of our Partners. As Brother Copeland has shared many times, as a Partner, you are part of every success, every salvation and every miracle.