When I hear of people in radical Islamic countries having a vision of Christ I am amazed. I am also saddened. We should bring the gospel to places of where it is not allowed. That is the heart of Christ. Jesus gave his life for us and we must give ours to Him. God can do it himself, but God told us to go. We get to share Gods love. Why horde the wealth?
I encourage you keep God the focus, work for the glory of the owner of the field. He hired you, and He has more to offer than any earthly thing you could get. Don’t fall for the lie of preaching an ear flattering non-gospel for the praise it would receive. Don’t miss out on life by asking God to send someone else. If you do we will all be swimming in an ocean of false conversions; false salvation in which people will carry the name of Christ when it suits them, and when it does not will discard it like an old coat out of fashion. Think of their surprise on the day of judgment when they realize that Jesus Christ wasn’t a cool club, that their whole life He was begging for their heart to turn and repent, but all they wanted was to be looked at as a good person. Jesus will say “I don’t know you!” I have to say that it’s something I had to learn the hard way. At times telling people about Jesus comes with too much praise, or too much discouragement. I thought that not Christians would just sort of acclimate to repentance by my holy lifestyle.
There isn’t much on earth that is attractive about following Christ. It’s the right way to live, and fulfilling but it is always a life of self-denial for His kingdom. Our reward is Christ and is coming with Christ (Revelation 22:12 look it up it’s great). Let’s keep that the focus and work all the more as we see the harvest approaching. Let’s do our best to offer the same quality of good news mentioned in the scriptures. Let’s make disciples and not disciple look a alike, so that we don’t drown in an ocean of false conversion.