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Being Good for the Gospel

Honorable Behavior When you explain the gospel message to a nonbeliever, he will consider not only the content of your message, but the quality of your life as well. That’s why it is important for a believer not only to explain the gospel…

Making Friends Forever

Did you know that God expects you to use money and other material resources to make friendships that last for eternity? That's what Jesus taught in Luke 16:1-13. To do this, he told a fascinating story about an accountant who had mismanaged…

God is Giving, People Can Receive

You have fully presented the message of the gospel. You have explained the sinful condition of the lost person, the eternal consequences of his sin, and the deliverance that only comes through Jesus Christ. You have mentioned three of the core…

Shining the Light through Good Works

The New Testament uses a special and important illustration to describe your relationship to the unbelieving world. The believer is a light, shining the goodness and truth of God into a world blinded by spiritual darkness. We know of course…

God is Loving, People are Loved

Up to this point, you have thoroughly dealt with the problem of sin and its horrific consequences. The lost person should sense their need for deliverance from sin. This is what the gospel intends to do. From this point on, you will focus on…

Reconsidering Your Approach to Evangelism

God entrusts the ministry of evangelism to every believer. It is the way that he has chosen to spread the message of life and redemption to a lost and dying world. Yet how many believers faithfully participate in this crucial endeavor? Do you?…

God is Just, People are Condemned

You began your gospel presentation with a careful look at the problem of sin. Sin is the opposite of God’s holiness. Therefore, sinful people cannot have a relationship with him. But the lost person may be thinking, “What is the big deal…