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While I was in California, I regularly would go door to door soulwinning. In the poorer areas of the city, I would ask the question "If you died today are you %100 sure you are on your way to heaven?" and they were very receptive to the question, very thoughtful of it and I was able to give the gospel, now in the richer areas of the city I would ask the EXACT SAME QUESTION and it was not received well at all! I got chewed out quite a few times and it was slightly unsettling since I had never had that reaction before... Is there another way I should begin going into the gospel or continue
Our pastor is now having church "workers" there's only like 8 of us, (I teach SS), turn in a slip of how many visits we made, how many tracts we handed out, how many possible salvations, how many people we talked to about Christ every week, etc.I just wondered if any other church does this? I understand keeping track of people who seemed interested but this seems more like a contest or a constant push to constantly do more, more, more never enough. I was pushed into teaching SS because there wasn't anyone else really and said I'd only do it for a year. I enjoy it now, but I'd also l
Posted Yesterday, 10:23 AM Donald, on 20 Jul 2013 - 02:04 AM, said: (I will tell you exactly what is wrong with it!) It is repeated all the time, “if we don’t tell them about Jesus they will go to hell and their blood will be on our hands”! Well as we all know, this is a reference to Eze.3:16, but it is a misinterpretation of it. (But more about that, if anyone needs it.) My response; Lefton: I've often wondered about people saying that also Eze. 3:18 gave John 3:21,24 as a reference verse also. (John 3:24)"I said therefore unto you that ye shall die in your sins: for if ye
Yesterday I took my wife and son out soulwinning for our church's weekly visitation and we had such a great time! We went around a new neighborhood knocking on doors and giving out the gospel. We of course had some polite "please go away" interactions and even some scowls, but we also had the opportunity to lead two young men to Christ right there on their front porches. Praise God that He didn't allow me to get discouraged and kept me knocking. I'm always encourged and so glad to know that He is still in the business of saving souls!