Aug 26

Practice posted by John Sorensen on Aug 26, 2019

How can you speak if you don’t know what to say? You know, it’s a valid question. How can we share the Gospel if we don’t know how? We can’t. But don’t let that stop you. You see, what I mean, is that while we can’t witness if we don’t know how, we do have the tools to do it. We just need to be trained.

Jesus gave us the perfect outline by which we can share His Gospel when he spoke with the woman at the well in John 4. He showed us that Heaven is a free gift that cannot be earned or deserved and he came to reconcile sinful man to a Holy and just God. We just have to accept all of this in faith.

We don’t have an excuse as believers to not learn how to share the Gospel. This is what Jesus came to do and this is what we are commanded to do!

So, let’s get ready. We don’t have to have all of the answers and or a perfectly rehearsed presentation. What we do need is God’s Word and a loving heart that seeks to see the lost found and the hurt healed. The heart of Jesus reaches out with grace and love that leads people to repentance.

I challenge you to learn EE’s simple Hand Presentation, which can be found this week on ShareLife.Today. Next, pray about who you need to share this simple truth with. Then, practice!

You can even tell the friend you’d like to share with, that you have learned something you want to share with others, and need some practice. Ask if you can practice with them. Practice takes the pressure off of a perfect presentation, but still gives you a great opportunity to share the Gospel in love!

This is our focus this week at Evangelism Explosion through our social media channels and our daily broadcast. Visit ShareLife.Today for resources to help you get ready to share the Good News of Jesus Christ.

May God richly bless you this week as you prepare to witness!

This is a transcript from Conversations with John #56




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