Animal Gospel

They shall not hurt nor destroy in all My holy mountain,
For the earth shall be full of the knowledge of the Lord
As the waters cover the sea. ~Isaiah 11:9

Frequently Asked Questions

How do we reach out to animals with gospel ministry? What shape would ministry towards them take?

Our biggest priority is to always be led by the Holy Spirit. This means that time in the Scriptures regarding this Hosea 2:18 covenant and time spent in fasting and thanksgiving to God over this provision of grace for animals is top priority. 1Timothy 2 applies as much to them as to any human being because God wills that all of the animals be delivered from exploitation and oppression; that all of us come to a knowledge of the truth; and that all of us would live in peace.

With the rapid advances of society, a place must be found for animals to be kept safer and safer from the exploitative hands of wicked men.

Veterinary medicine must grow along side of an awareness of the redemptive provisions of the cross of Christ for each and every animal. Christ as much died to free them from the futility brought in by sin as He died and rose again from the dead for our deliverance from sin, our entrance into the fullness of holiness, and our deliverance from the futilities brought in by sin. Man and animals enter into kingdom fullness together. That's the pattern of Scripture. Jesus entered Jerusalem riding a colt, indicative of the fact that man and animal are eternal co-heirs of the grace of life; of God's redeeming power and everlasting kindness.

Animals must not only have liberties to be and to become and to rest, but they must be protected as our technologies become more and more advanced. Our prayers for their peace, safety, and God-given provisions are as vital as our prayers for the salvation/sanctification of all of mankind every where.


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