Today’s verse is Acts 4:12 “And there is salvation in no one else, for there is no other name under heaven given among men by which we must be saved.” While there is not enough space to describe all of the observations, interpretations, and conclusions of this passage, something in particular has really hit me. “There is salvation in no one else. Now it is not as if I had never heard this, but I have begun to think about it more deeply. If someone does not repent and put their faith in Christ, then they cannot have salvation. Therefore, we need to tell more people about Christ, that they may be saved. It is a cause for evangelism. I believe that this describes why CCP goes to India, because they want everyone to believe in Christ, so that they may be saved. As we prayed for the team before we said our farewells this morning, I started thinking about how little I seem to care about the salvation of others—why don’t I tell more people about Christ? What keeps me from sharing the gospel? Why doesn’t my evangelism reach farther than evangelism training on Wednesdays? The implications of this verse are powerful.