Great Commission Quotes

Quotes tagged as "great-commission" (showing 1-18 of 18)
Elisabeth Elliot
“God's command 'Go ye, and preach the gospel to every creature' was the categorical imperative. The question of personal safety was wholly irrelevant.”
Elisabeth Elliot

John Piper
“Go, send, or disobey.”
John Piper

Brother Andrew
“Of course it's dangerous. But it's a lot more dangerous for all of us if we don't do it. Even in a conquering army there are casualties. Safety is not the issue when we look at the Great Commission. The purpose of the church cannot be to survive, or even to thrive, but to serve.”
Brother Andrew, Secret Believers: What Happens When Muslims Believe in Christ

Criss Jami
“God will save whomever He chooses to save. The Christian should proselytize not because he thinks he can change everybody; he should proselytize because the Gospel being shared is the ultimate act of love: because he thinks he can love everybody.”
Criss Jami, Healology

“If God is good, and if He wants us to subdue this planet, and if He wants us to obey the Great Commission and conquer this world for Christ, and if He tells half the human race that they're in charge of tending the home, it follows from this that the home is actually one of the most strategic and important tools by which the world will be won.”
Rebekah Merkle

Jennifer L. Lane
“As the church, we are in community together trying to fulfill this Great Commission that Jesus left us with. As we gently press into each other, we form one united thing, His church. As we work together, sharing the space God gives us to do His work, we all become shaped a little different. We all become a little more like Him.”
Jennifer L. Lane, Faith Adventures: Stories of Learning with an Unseen God

Criss Jami
“To believe in the truth of Christ is to be introduced to another form of hatred, and that is not sharing Him.”
Criss Jami, Killosophy

Randy Alcorn
“The opportunities for using our financial resources to spread the gospel and strengthen the church all over the world are greater than they've ever been. As God raised up Esther for just such a time as hers, I'm convinced he's raise us up, with all our wealth, to help fulfill the great commission. The question is, what are we doing with that money? Our job is to make sure it gets to his intended recipients.”
Randy Alcorn, Money, Possessions and Eternity

Lailah Gifty Akita
“May God give us much more grace eagerly devote ourselves for the Great Commission.”
Lailah Gifty Akita

“Do not make the Great Commission your Great Omission.”
Daryl Baugh

Lailah Gifty Akita
“May God give us much more grace to eagerly devote ourselves for the Great Commission.”
Lailah Gifty Akita

Lailah Gifty Akita
“The Holy Spirit gives power for the fulfillment of the Great Commission.”
Lailah Gifty Akita

Lailah Gifty Akita
“The Great Commission is a devotion to study of Scriptures, preaching and teaching of the gospel of salvation.”
Lailah Gifty Akita

“One can be an orthodox Church in every way: great structure, good theology, excellent sermons and teaching, lots of giving; but if the Great commission is not taught and obeyed, it is a heretical church.”
John Willis Zumwalt, Passion for the Heart of God

Jonathan Hayashi
“You are either making disciples or making excuses. Which one are you?”
Jonathan Hayashi

Jonathan Hayashi
“We were not called to make converts. Our job is the task of disciple-making. I mean, if we are not making disciples, why are we here?”
Jonathan Hayashi, Ordinary Radicals: A Return to Christ-Centered Discipleship

Jonathan Hayashi
“At the end of the day, the biggest problem with the Great Commission for Christians is that they don't share the gospel.”
Jonathan Hayashi, Ordinary Radicals: A Return to Christ-Centered Discipleship

Jonathan Hayashi
“I am convinced that the greatest need of the church today is more men, women, boys, and the girls who have abandoned their dreams, possessions, and treasures at the feet of the cross and rise up to be the disciples that the scripture points us to and multiply the gospel to the ends of the Earth (Acts 1:8)”
Jonathan Hayashi, Ordinary Radicals: A Return to Christ-Centered Discipleship