When you’re sharing the gospel to an unbeliever, it’s important to keep two things in mind: Start with Jesus and Pray for them. In addition, you need to show the gospel in your life. This means that you must not compromise with your integrity. It also means that you must always answer their questions with the truth.
Start with Jesus
If you have been called to share the Gospel with people who are unbelievers, you know that there are a few things you need to keep in mind. One of those is that the Gospel is meant to be good news.
People should have hope in Jesus because of what He did for them. You can use your testimony of salvation to help them understand how God can work in their lives.
There is no need to make your message too hard for a nonbeliever. The gospel message is about love and forgiveness.
While the Bible tells us that we all are sinners, we don’t have to be convinced that we are in the wrong. That being said, there is a need to show people that they are loved by God and that they have a relationship with Him.
Many people are afraid to start a conversation about the Gospel. Others may feel it’s boring. However, there are ways to start a conversation without putting too much pressure on yourself.
When you first approach someone, you can simply say “hello”. This will give them a sense that you are there. It also shows them that you are willing to talk about God.
You can ask them if they have a personal relationship with Christ. You can use the fact that you grew up in church to talk about how you have experienced salvation.
Then, you can ask them to pray. This shows you care about them. And it’s a great way to get a conversation started.
Then, you can invite them to accept Jesus as their Savior. You can explain that when you believe in Jesus, you will be forgiven and eternally blessed.
Demonstrate the gospel in how you live
It’s not just the words you say, it’s also how you live. As a Christian, you have an obligation to share your faith with your neighbors, family, and friends. The same goes for sharing the gospel with your children. If you’re a parent, you know that sharing the true message of Jesus with your kids is one of the most important things you can do for them.
So how do you go about doing that? One thing to consider is the age and background of your audience. Some groups may be more resistant to the gospel message than others. Fortunately, this doesn’t have to be the case.
Another question is: what’s the right way to present the gospel? For example, in some areas of the world, the gospel may not be as readily available as in our accustomed U.S. culture. There are many reasons why this could be the case. In such cases, you must tailor your message for your audience.
In short, the best approach is to use God’s Spirit to help you know how to share the Gospel. When you do, you will be rewarded with a new, eternal life.
Luckily, this isn’t something that you need to be a preacher to do. Instead, you can follow in the footsteps of apostle Paul, who preached to Gentile communities in Asia Minor. Aside from the fact that he didn’t have a seminary degree, he was able to rely on the Holy Spirit to guide his missionary endeavors.
Having the right tools and resources can make all the difference. By using a good Bible, a good study guide, and an enthusiastic heart, you can share the true message of Jesus with your neighbors, friends, and family.
Pray for those you interact with
When you are sharing the gospel with unbelievers, it is crucial that you pray for them. They need to know that they can be saved from their sin. You can also pray that they will trust in Jesus.
Those who are not saved are slaves to sin. In order for them to be freed, the gospel must work in their hearts. It can be difficult to share the gospel with unbelievers. That is why you should always be prepared to explain the gospel.
Prayer is one of the best tools we have to help others. The more we pray for someone, the more likely they are to respond to God. If you have an opportunity to talk with a friend or family member about the Gospel, make sure to do it.
Often, you will need to be a little bold in order to share the Gospel. It isn’t necessary to be a seminary graduate to do it. All you need is a willing heart.
A great way to pray for those you interact with is by asking them why they think the way they do. You can be polite, but you should also listen to what they have to say. By taking the time to listen to them, you will know if they need to hear the truth.
After you have given the Gospel, it is important to back up your words with actions. This will show that you are credible and that you are praying for them.
When you are sharing the Gospel with an unbeliever, you need to be a little brave. There may be times when you get frustrated. However, don’t let this discourage you.
Compromise in integrity will tilt the telling of the gospel
Compromise is a sin. The Bible condemns it. But compromise always produces confusion. And confusion produces an apostate. So how can a Christian ever say that he is a Christian? You see, a Christian is a work in progress. He is a Christian because of his faith in Jesus Christ, and in his journey, he is becoming more and more of a Christian.
Billy Graham has become a champion of compromise. His campaigns are a hybrid of liberal and conservative ideas. He admits that he has a sinful nature, but he continues to pursue the course of compromise. Despite his knowledge of the Bible’s condemnation of compromise, he persists. That is a terrible thing for any Christian to do. However, Billy Graham is not the only one who has fallen into the trap of compromise. Pope Benedict VI is also a champion of compromise. Sadly, many of his supporters are also participants in his evil deeds. As a consequence, they are responsible for his failures. This is the tragic fate of counterfeit Christianity.
One of the biggest problems with this practice of compromise is that it always produces confusion. In other words, if an unbeliever sees that you are compromising in your integrity, he will likely be inclined to question your motives and doubt your sincerity.