We are ambassadors of christ preaches
Under the marvelous power of God, the worldwide movement of the International Evangelical Council has been an important instrument to transform the lives of people with social problems into new creatures, and who today are exemplary citizens who contribute to the improvement of a healthy and prosperous society.
For this powerful reason we have the mission to support the men that God has called to the service of His work. We are called to the vanguard of the evangelical workers, who need to move forward under the accrediting cover of a serious and self-sacrificing council. As International President, I invite you to be part of our great family of accredited workers.
Ambassadors of reconciliation
In his passage on reconciliation in 2 Corinthians 5, Paul says that Christians are ambassadors for Christ (2 Corinthians 5: 20). An ambassador is an official envoy who represents a foreign sovereign and provides a link between his host country and the country he represents. Ambassadors work to build relationships and develop policies that favor both the host and the ambassador’s home country. An ambassador is appointed by the leadership of those he represents and is given authority to speak on their behalf.
An ambassador must be very careful. He lives in one country, but is responsible to another. He must represent the message of a leader who is not directly present. He must also embody the character of his home country, following laws and customs that are not necessarily known or welcome in the host nation. He must do this all the while respecting the laws and customs of that host.
In 2 Corinthians 5, instead of a nation, Paul is an ambassador of the Kingdom of God. Unlike modern political ambassadors, Paul did not originate from the “nation” he represents. He had to be adopted through Christ’s sacrifice, and then he had to undergo a change of perspective. He was no longer a citizen of the world and no longer saw things as a citizen of the world. He saw things from the perspective of a citizen of the Kingdom of God: he was a new creation (2 Corinthians 5:17).
Theme ambassadors of christ
1- Their willingness to deepen the initiatives to improve the infrastructure, logistics and operation standards in all the facilities of the Cristo Redentor Passage System in order to facilitate border procedures, optimize control procedures and reduce waiting times for users.
3- Its determination to instruct and request the competent agencies of both countries to move towards a unified management through greater coordination between Argentina and Chile. In this sense, Chile announced the creation, last March 15, of an Interministerial Committee for the Facilitation of Border Procedures, Integration and Bioceanic Connectivity. Argentina will create an Interministerial Committee for the same purposes. Both Committees shall report to the Binational Follow-up Commission for the Cristo Redentor Passage System created in the following paragraph.
That in phytosanitary and zoosanitary matters, SENASA and SAG were summoned to a meeting within the next 30 days in order to present proposals for technical improvements such as agreements, technical assistance and cooperation in the phyto-zoo-sanitary control procedures established by said services with respect to pests and diseases, such as those that currently impact Chilean and Argentine agriculture such as fruit flies, grapevine moth, among others.
Sermon ambassadors of christ
12 We are not [Paul and Barnabas, etc] trying to recommend ourselves again to you [the Corinthians], but we are giving you an opportunity to glory in us [Paul and Barnabas, etc].
17 So then, if one is in Christ, he is a new creature. The old has passed away! the new has come! 18 All this we owe to God, who reconciled us to himself through Christ and has entrusted to us the ministry of reconciliation: 19 That God was reconciling the world to himself in Christ, not counting their trespasses against them. And He has put into our hands the message of reconciliation.