Preach The Gospel – Part 1

Title: Embracing the Call: Spreading the Gospel in These Last Days

15 And He said to them, “Go into all the world and preach the gospel to every creature. Mark 16:15


In the midst of the challenges and uncertainties that mark these modern times, one age-old command remains steadfast: to go into the world and preach the gospel to every creature. The words of Mark 16:15 hold a profound significance, especially in the context of the world we live in today. As followers of Jesus Christ, it’s essential for us to rekindle our passion for sharing the good news and to heed the call to spread the gospel, ensuring that none miss out on the boundless joys of eternal life in Christ Jesus.

1. The Urgency of the Hour

The signs of the times are all around us. Wars, pandemics, moral decline – these are not just random occurrences, but signs that have been foretold. The urgency of the hour cannot be overstated. As believers, we have the responsibility to bring hope to a world in despair, to offer the light of Christ in the midst of darkness. The uncertainties of these last days serve as a poignant reminder that time is of the essence. Our obedience to the call to share the gospel takes on a new dimension of importance as we consider the eternal destinies at stake.

2. Overcoming Fear and Apathy

Often, our hesitation to share the gospel is rooted in fear – fear of rejection, fear of not knowing how to respond to questions, or fear of being ridiculed. However, we are reminded that God has not given us a spirit of fear, but of power, love, and a sound mind (2 Timothy 1:7). Moreover, the parable of the talents (Matthew 25:14-30) illustrates that we are entrusted with something precious – the message of salvation – and it’s our duty to invest it wisely.

Apathy can also hinder our obedience. We might think, “There are others who are better equipped to share the gospel,” or “I’ll do it someday.” But we must remember that God has uniquely equipped each one of us with gifts and talents that can be used to glorify Him and bring others to Him. The time to act is now.

3. Compassion for Souls

Jesus’ ministry on Earth was characterized by His compassion for the lost. He saw the multitudes as sheep without a shepherd (Matthew 9:36), and His heart was moved with empathy. In these last days, we must cultivate a similar compassion for souls. Behind every face is a story, a struggle, and a longing for meaning. Our willingness to share the gospel might be the lifeline someone desperately needs.

4. Embracing Creative Approaches

Sharing the gospel doesn’t always involve standing on a street corner. In fact, today’s world offers a multitude of platforms for spreading the good news. Social media, blogs, podcasts – these are all avenues through which we can reach people who might never step into a church building. By embracing creative approaches, we can engage with a diverse and global audience, transcending geographical boundaries to touch hearts and transform lives.

5. The Promise of Eternal Life

Ultimately, the driving force behind our efforts is the promise of eternal life in Christ Jesus. The gospel is not just a message of salvation from sin; it’s an invitation to partake in the fullness of life that God offers. Our obedience to the call to spread the gospel is not a burden, but a privilege. The thought of someone missing out on this abundant life should be enough to propel us into action.


In these difficult last days, the call to preach the gospel to every creature is as relevant as ever. We have the power of the Holy Spirit within us, the message of hope in our hearts, and the promise of eternal life to share. Let us overcome fear, apathy, and complacency, and embrace this divine mandate with a renewed passion. May our actions reflect our understanding of the urgency of the hour, the compassion of our Savior, and the profound importance of leading souls to the feet of Jesus. As we obey this call, we pave the way for the joys of eternal life in Christ Jesus to be embraced by all who hear the life-changing message of the gospel.