What is the Church Mission?

What is the mission of the Catholic Church, Northridge Church, Methodist Church, and  Baptist Church? Shouldn't all church's missions should be the same?



The mission of all churches should be to assemble people to worship God. The mission of all churches should be to glorify and honor God the Father of Heaven and Earth. The mission of all churches should be to teach the Old and New Testaments of the Holy Bible. The Mission of all Churches should be to uplift and inspire one another. The mission of all churches should be to teach and train member to do or follow Jesus.
The mission of all churches should be to train men and women to do as Jesus commanded us to do:

"Go therefore and make disciples of all nations (people) baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and the Holy Spirit." Matthew 28:20

Jesus commanded the Church to "GO" out and baptize others in His name. Jesus is calling His (spiritual) church to do what He said do over 2000 years ago. But how do we baptize others in His name without water? We go out and baptist people with kindness and help them in anyway we can. We baptist them with the same love that God has given us. We baptist them by sharing our testimonies. We can baptist them by helping someone in need!
Unfortunately, the mission Jesus commanded us to do is not be carried out. If it were carried out there wouldn't be anyone starving to death and begging for food to eat. If the mission Jesus called us to do were carried out we wouldn't see homelessness and starvation in the world. If we did the mission Jesus called the real (spiritual) church to do we wouldn't see hatred and division among congregations.
We would see love and support. We would see people going out fighting against Satan's attacks on the community. We would see joy and happiness on the faces of the oppressed and afflicted. We would see these things because we did what  Jesus commanded us to do "Go therefore" and baptize them with love and kindness!

                                                  A Message to the Church

One night I had a bad dream as I slept;
it was Judgment Day on earth
and thousands mourn and wept.
The glory of the Lord was great
as He sat upon His throne,
my heart trembled with fear as I stood there alone.
His angels went out and gathered all the nations
and put them in one accord,
everyone had to come before the presence of the Lord.
Everyone had to give an account
of what they did during their lifetime
everyone thought of what they would say
as I waited patiently in line.
Then when He got to me He said
“Depart from Me thou evil servant,
thou knew what the kingdom required,
because of this, thou shall be tormented in the Lake of Fire.”

After He said these things, I fell down on my knees
and said “O Lord, I did many good things. 

Have mercy on me please!”
Then I said,
“Lord, don’t You remember all the good things I did before You came? I prophesied and cast out demons in Your name.
Do You remember when I showed compassion on the sick and poor? Lord don’t You remember when I helped the sick endure? Furthermore, I went to church, every single week,

 and I was always on time to hear the preacher speak.”
Then He said to me,
"Verily, verily, I know everything thou have done, all thou deeds did not save anyone. When thou prophesied thou told them about prosperity and peace, and when thou confessed thy sins you confessed them to a priest. When thou helped the poor it was not because of love and concern, thou only helped when thou could receive something in return. Thou did not tell them to repent, nor tell them exactly what salvation meant. Because of this, thou are in greater judgment because thou knew if thou would have said these things it would have saved their souls and yours too. Thou should have told them what I did on the cross, and if they did not accept Me, their souls would be lost.”
Just to have another chance was my only desire,
I prayed that the angels would not cast me in the fire.
All of a sudden, the bad dream came to an end
and I asked God to forgive me of my sin.
I am thankful for the dream because 

it showed me what the Lord will say,
when I have to stand before Him on Judgment Day!

Ezekiel 7:1-27; 24:14, Isaiah 2:5-22, Matthew 7:19-23; 13:37-51; 24:31-51; 25:14-46, Revelation 20:11-15 

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