Mark 8:22-26, Isaiah 6:1-8, John 9:1-9

We understand “missions” fundamentally and the urgency of the task. Why then the disparity of impetus between command and action? In this sense, we must then ask ourselves why is missions urgent? It is the reality of the Lost’s condition. Those without Christ, souls that Jesus loves are in peril. So many times, when Jesus is referring to the need of the world, He simply says look or see. So, what happens when we aren’t seeing what Jesus is seeing?

Sermon starts at 1:09:17