There will be suffering and persecution when we witness and the Gospel is rejected, but there will also be great blessings because we are doing the Lord’s will and souls will be saved.


Will I testify for Jesus,

And proudly bear His name?

Will I tell the world about Him,

Or will I be ashamed?


Will I put up with the mocking,

Bear for His Word disdain?

Will I keep proclaiming Jesus,

Though it may cause me pain?


Is the Lord my pearl so precious,

The treasure that I’ve found,

So valued and so wonderful,

I must tell those around?


Or will I shun to tell the truth,

Because it may offend,

And in my silence compromise,

My knee to this world bend.

Cathy White 2008 ©

Romans 1:16 For I am not ashamed of the gospel of Christ: for it is the power of God unto salvation to every one that believeth; to the Jew first, and also to the Greek.



I found the following quote in the comment section where dispensational teachings were being discussed. I believe the comment sums it up well.

“Dispensationalism has the wrong center of Scripture. It is not national Israel, it is Christ.”

Read… Jesus The True Israel

Jesus didn’t exalt the Jews, he wept over them, and he foretold the destruction of Jerusalem because the Jews rejected him, their Messiah. When was the last time you heard a sermon about the destruction of Jerusalem? If we really want to bless Israel, let us preach the gospel to them, the same way we would preach it to anyone else. ❤️

Read more about Israel and dispensationalism here.