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Zac Poonen: Manifesting the Holiness and Compassion of God

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Jesus said: “I desire compassion and not sacrifice.” One of the dangers the pharisees had was they lacked compassion because they were so righteous. One of the dangers we can face in pursuing righteousness is the lack compassion for sinners, backsliders, evil people, and even compromisers. We don’t have to compromise with them. Jesus sat among sinners. There was no sin in Him. He went there and He told them the truth. So we should act with a lot of compassion to a lot of people who are backsliders or who don’t agree with the truth and we don’t leave them in that condition. That can be our ministry. Jesus could go in their midst and save them. He said: “I did not come to call the righteous but sinners to repentance.”

ABOUT ZAC POONEN

Zac Poonen was formerly an Indian Naval Officer who has been serving the Lord in India for over 50 years as a Bible-teacher. He has responsibility for a number of churches in India and abroad. He has written more than 30 books and numerous articles in English – which have been translated into many Indian and foreign languages. His messages are available on audio CDs and video DVDs.

Like the other elders in CFC, Zac Poonen also supports himself and his family through “tent-making” and does not receive any salary for his services. He does not receive any royalty for any of his books, CDs or DVDs, that are published by Christian Fellowship Centre, Bangalore. For Zac Poonen’s personal testimony, go to the following links:
The Day Of Small Beginnings




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