And he said to them, "The harvest is plentiful, but the laborers are few. Therefore pray earnestly to the Lord of the harvest to send out laborers into his harvest. - Luke 10:2
Your thought life reveals the real, unrestrained you. Like most people, you may think you’re good enough to get to heaven and that God won’t send you to hell, but God has seen every one of your wicked thoughts and actions.
"Those who sow in tears shall reap with joyful shouting. He who goes to and fro weeping, carrying his bag of seed, Shall indeed come again with a shout of joy, bringing his sheaves with him." - Psalm 126:5,6 "Now t...
Romans 9:1-3 I am speaking the truth in Christ--I am not lying; my conscience bears me witness in the Holy Spirit-- that I have great sorrow and unceasing anguish in my heart. For I could wish that I myself were accursed and cut off from Christ for the sake of my brothers, my kinsmen according to the flesh.
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Ryan Fullerton preaches on the value of lost sinners. Where are the soul winners who are going out there to love the drunkards, prostitutes and preach to the gospel to the perishing. Brethren do you value the lost sinners who are out there perishing without Christ? Are you able to invite them into your house and love them and preach the gospel to them? I want to testify that this word that was given is not something that is only theoretical. We have a house here in San Antonio that 20 guys live in, over half were homeless, one guy was a child molester, many were slaves of crack and weed and other drugs. These are people I couldn't even of imagined living with at some point, yet to see God glorified through saving wicked sinners, everything is worth it, and God will allow us to overcome our fears. We need to get out of our comfort zone and realize it is not a "comfort zone" but a "selfish zone." Be encouraged, God helps those who are weak yet reliant upon Him.
Kevin talks about whether we should use apologetics when evangelizing.
Watch a video with 22 Questions & Answers on Evangelism and Download a PDF on the Guidelines for Open-Air Preaching 1. How do I know I am called to street preach? 00:00:44 2. Taping yourself open-air preaching and putting it up on YouTube, why? 00:03:40 3. What does bad and good open-air preaching look like? 00:05:43 4. Is drive by open-air preaching wrong? How important is a local church? 00:09:00 5. Is it important to be part of a local church and have accountability? 00:12:28 6. How do you respond to the hatred you are met with? 00:13:49 7.. How important are one on one conversations? 00:16:15 8. Are you going out in love? 00:17:37 9. Is doing shock and awe evangelism biblical? 00:20:12 10. Do people understand the Christian terms that you are using? 00:24:25 11. How important is it to have scripture memorized? 00:25:32 12. Is it important to know the LAWS of the land? 00:26:11 13. Is Christ or Apologetics your Focus in Open-Air Preaching? 00:28:07 14. How do you engage a heckler? 00:33:17 15. Where is a good spot to open-air preach at? 00:36:01 16. Don't let getting large crowds become an idol. 00:40:56 17. Are there open-air preachers who are lost and not saved themselves? 00:42:45 18. Be careful to not appear self-righteousness while open-air preaching. 00:46:17 19. Advice on answering people's questions in the open-air. 00:49:35 20. What should the length of my message be? 00:53:56 21. What makes a solid gospel tract? 00:55:03 22. Is it biblical to hand out cartoon gospel tracts that are gimmicky? 00:56:04
Some wonderful insights on sharing the Gospel in evangelism.
We cannot live on the victories of men in the past, we must live today, today is our day that God has given us to live and to glorify Him, we must live now for eternity!
If someone is a true Christian, is it possible for them to be afraid to share the Gospel?
The believer is a person who must express his faith. He must share his faith.
This was a story told by Michael Card about Joseph, who is a Masai Warrior, who came to a Billy Graham convention where people heard of his story. This is a sermon excerpt of John Piper reading the story.