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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…

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 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…

God is Holy, People are Sinful

If the person you are witnessing to has agreed to let you share the gospel, you have a wide-open door of opportunity. You want to take advantage of it by sharing the gospel thoroughly and clearly. In your presentation, there are four key points…

Guiding the Conversation

You can present the gospel to unbelievers in a variety of ways. The Bible does not give one specific presentation. Jesus in the Gospel of John gave two different presentations to two different people (John 3 and 4). The apostles did not always…

Understanding the Message

Now that you understand Christ’s command to share the gospel, we can explore the content of the message you are sharing. "Gospel" simply means "good news." In Greek, a “gospel-giver” was someone who brought news of a military or political…

Understanding the Mandate (Part 2)

Jesus gave a specific command to fulfill the Great Commission, but he provided no detailed instructions on how to complete it. What methods or means are believers supposed to use to spread the gospel message to all people? Thankfully, the Lord…