2 Things Every Christian Needs, To Share About Jesus Effectively

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“But when the Helper comes, whom I will send to you from the Father, the Spirit of truth, who proceeds from the Father, he will bear witness about me. And you also will bear witness, because you have been with me from the beginning.”

John 15:26-27

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3 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Sharing Jesus

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The Best Argument for Christianity

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The most effective, persuasive, results producing argument for Christianity is the love of the Christ Follower.

 

One Of The Wisest Things You Can Do

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Read John 12:17-19. Continue reading

Comey, Republicans, Democrats (And Sharing Truth About Jesus)

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(Read John 7:25-31)

Comey, Republicans, And Democrats

I was watching CNN the day of this writing and learned of FBI Director James Comey’s announcement that the Hilary Clinton email investigation would be reopened. I found a comment about Republicans and Democrats more interesting than the actual announcement. Jake Tapper of CNN pointed out Continue reading

7 Reasons You Can Relax About Evangelism

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7 Reasons You Can Relax About Evangelism

(Read John 4:31-42.) In our last post from the book of John we learned about how Jesus commands us to go and make disciples of all nations. I don’t know about you but whenever this topic comes up, the topic of evangelism, I start feeling pretty awkward. But while we can’t ignore Jesus’ command to evangelize, we don’t have to stress about it. In today’s post we’ll look at seven reasons why we can relax while evangelizing. Continue reading

A Remarkably Tragic Childhood

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Last post we saw what the woman at the well did (and what you and I do) when she was confronted with her sin. Today we’ll see that what she does next is truly amazing. But first I want to look at a man who reminds me of the woman in our text.

A Remarkably Tragic Childhood

This  man’s childhood is remarkable to me because it was so filled with tragedy. It’s hard to imagine a childhood worse than his.

 

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The 1 Thing God Wants You To Do (To Reveal Him To The World)

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God Uses People

Before we get to the one thing, I just want to establish that God uses people. He always has in the past and He still does today. God uses people to reveal Himself to the world. There are exceptions, like the time he led the Israelites with the pillar of cloud by day and the pillar of fire by night (3,500 years or so ago). But it’s people He uses, most of the time, to reveal Himself to the world. Even a casual reading of just a few chapters of scripture affirms this.

Are You A Christian?

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If you are, then God wants to use you. He wants to use you to reveal Himself to the world, and He wants you to do one thing in particular. And here’s the one thing: Continue reading

Why RISK Is Right

The following is an excerpt by David Platt. To read the full article click on the link: Why RISK Is Right.

In Matthew 13:44 Jesus tells his disciples, “The kingdom of heaven is like treasure hidden in a field, which a man found and covered up. Then in his joy he goes and sells all that he has and buys that field.”

I love this picture. Imagine walking in a field and stumbling upon a treasure that is more valuable than anything else you could work for or find in this life. It is more valuable than all you have now or will ever have in the future.

You look around and notice that no one else realizes the treasure is here, so you cover it up quickly and walk away, pretending you haven’t seen anything. You go into town and begin to sell off all your possessions to have enough money to buy that field. The world thinks you’re crazy. Continue reading

Can Christ be Tested out in Practice? – My Story

The following is a guest post from the blog Ambling Saint. I’ve never heard of anything like it before.

At Easter 1985 I went to a J John evangelism talk. J John said that you could take the Bible, assume it is true and act on that assumption. Test it out for six months or so, believing it completely during that time, and then you could look back and see whether it had made a difference to you. I decided to give it a go for myself.

I got a Bible and highlighted it in different colours. One colour highlighted practical instructions – these being the things I now needed to do, and then a different colour for the blessing which should follow that particular action. I found out quite soon that a lot of the Bible is written in this ‘IF you do this, then THAT will happen’ style, which is quite easy to test out in this way. Continue reading