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Let the mind be in you(John 1:12) "But as many as received him, to them gave he power to become the sons of God, even to them that believe on his name".  If we are the Sons or Daughters of God, then His Great Commission has gone out to us, and we are called to be on the Search and Rescue Team.  He wants us to share what we have with others. The most powerful tool you have is your testimony. Over and over we read where the Apostle Paul told of his conversion. We need to tell others what God has done for us.  When we tell of our conversion experience or when we accepted Christ into our heart, coupled with God's Holy Word, the Holy Spirit will move in and convict hearts.  There is Power in the Word of God. His Word has Drawing Power, Saving Power, and most of all Keeping Power. 

According to Mark 6:7, when Jesus called the original twelve disciples, he sent them out two by two, meaning in pairs.  That is good advice for us today.  Ecclesiastes 4:12 says this, "And if one prevail against him, two shall withstand him; and a threefold cord is not quickly broken," meaning we are stronger together. While we often have opportunities one on one to witness to others, it is often better to organize efforts with other Christians, Church Members, or Search and Rescue Team members. While we are all sent to tell we are not all sent to tell the same person. By organizing our efforts we will be able to cover a broader scope. God has made each of us different and with different abilities. Some rescue missions require special skill sets. When we unite together for a common goal we will learn that some have a better skill set for witnessing to lost sick, those that are down on their luck, and maybe homeless, while others are able to reach people who have committed crimes and are incarcerated. God uses us all in different ways.  You and your church teammates will have to determine where God is choosing to use you. God made each of us differently and he made each of us for a purpose, with that in mind, the important thing is that we are searching and attempting to rescue those which are lost in their trespasses andBut as many as sins. They need a Savior, and with God's help, we can help direct them to a place of safety, Jesus Christ. 

We know there are none righteous no not one.  We are ALL sinners. If we are saved and laboring on this Search and Rescue Mission, it is only by God's Grace and because of the righteousness of Jesus Christ. However, since we are saved we have certain obligations.  One of these obligations is this, (Philippians 2:5) "Let this mind be in you, which was also in Christ Jesus:" We must strive to have the mind of Christ, or in other words, act like a Christian.  The devil often wants us to think that Christians come in many different forms with many different beliefs. However, the Bible depicts a successful Christian or a successful Search and Rescue Member as having the following attributes:

·         We must give ourselves to God, by faith in Jesus Christ, and we must adopt the Word of God as our rule of faith and practice.

·         We need to give ourselves to one another by the will of God. We should by His grace, love and obey Him in all things.

·         We should abstain from all appearance of evil. Abstain from all sinful amusements and unholy conformity to the world.

·         We should provide things honest in the sight of all men.

·         We should agree faithfully to discharge our obligations in reference to the study of the Scriptures, secret prayer, family devotions, and social worship, and by self-denial faith and good works endeavor to grow in grace and in the knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

·         We should not forsake the assembling of ourselves together for public worship, church conferences, and the observance of the ordinances of the gospel.

·         We should not fail to pay according to our ability for the support of the church, of its poor, and all its benevolent work.

·         We should agree to accept Christian admonition and reproof with meekness, and to watch over one another in love, endeavoring to "keep the unity of the Spirit" in the bonds of peace, to be careful of one another's happiness and reputation, and seek to strengthen the weak, encourage the afflicted, admonish the erring, and as far as we are able, promote the success of the church and of the Gospel.

·         We should everywhere hold Christian principle sacred and Christian obligations and enterprises supreme; counting it our chief business in life to extend the influence of Christ in society; constantly praying and toiling that the Kingdom of God may come, and His will be done in earth as it is in Heaven.

·         We should to this end agree to labor for the promotion of educational and denominational enterprises, the support of missions,Search and Rescue Logo and success of Sunday schools, and evangelistic efforts for the salvation of the world.

If we do this, the God of peace will sanctify us wholly, and preserve us blameless unto the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ, and we will be a successful Search and Rescue Member. 


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