There are only three possible responses to hearing the gospel and the command to repent in belief, to receive Christ, to reject Christ, or to investigate further.
Jesus Christ is God’s gift to sinners so that we can come to God. There is a great expanse between us and God because of our sin and Jesus comes and bridges that gap in order that we might be able to call God our Father. Scripture highlights this wonderful reality with four truths. And the first is that God provides His Son as a bridge.
Share on facebook Share Share on twitter Twitter Share on email Email As we present the gospel with someone and walk through the truths of who God is, His ways and our inability to keep these ways, our sinfulness, at this point it’s a good time to pause for reflection. Will Metzger provides a few […]
When we don’t live life in a manner that is pleasing to God, when we are not living life in a God-centered way, we are living it in a self-centered way. And any time we disobey God when we disobey God in our mind or our actions, this is called sin.
What is the true meaning of life? What is our true purpose? Why have we been created? What have we been designed for? What does it mean to live life to its fullest?
The answer is life equals God-centered living. That’s the second point in the come-home presentation. Life is God-centered living.
What is the starting point of the gospel? When we’re sharing the gospel with someone, where do we begin? Do we start by talking about a person’s sins? Do we start with God’s love and plan for their life or do we start somewhere different? This is our first lesson in a series, teaching on the Gospel, helping you to grow in your faith and understanding of the gospel, and also equipping you with the ability to share the gospel with others.
The goal of evangelism is not the minimum amount of truth to the maximum number of people but rather the maximum amount of truth to the maximum number of people.
Share on facebook Share Share on twitter Tweet Share on email Email What does it mean for someone to “have faith” and specifically, to have faith in Christ that leads to salvation? Is faith simply hoping for the best? Is it hoping for something even though you might not know if it is really true? […]
The Bible’s method of evangelism is where every Christian shares the content of the gospel with those around them.
What do you think your job is in evangelism? Are you supposed to present all the logical arguments for the existence of God? Are you supposed to convince someone that they should become a believer? Is it your responsibility to bring someone to faith in Christ?
The greatest message that we as Christians can share with the world is what God has done through Jesus Christ in the gospel. The Christian witness to this great gospel should be evident in what we say and how we live our lives. As Will Metzger puts it in his book Tell the Truth, “The airplane of Christian witness has two wings, our lips and our lives.”
We must be careful not to confuse the story of how we became a believer with the story of how someone becomes a believer. We need to understand the difference between our testimony and the gospel.