Missions - Day 37

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February 24, 2020

Then I heard the voice of the Lord saying, “Whom shall I send? And who will go for us?” And I said, “Here am I. Send me!” ISAIAH 6:8

God is asking a question. Whom shall I send? Who will go on our behalf? The God who creates, sustains, and calls forth out of nothing has a task that must be completed – seeing every tribe, tongue, and nation come to worship Him. He could use any method to accomplish this task, yet He has chosen to invite His followers to join in His mission. The question posed to Isaiah is the same asked today. Being available to missions means being available to God; saying “yes” to Him no matter where that leads.

Pray for more students to answer the call to missions, both locally and internationally. Pray for students to ask God how He wants to use their major and passions in conjunction with missions. Pray that Christians would be available to God to follow Him even if it means giving up their plans. Pray for God to show people if there are things they prioritize (school or career) over what God is asking them to do.

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