Preparation is key to any successful endeavor. Soul winning is no different. Here are some practical items to consider when preparing to win souls.
Luke 10:1–2, 17 “After these things the Lord appointed other seventy also, and sent them two and two before his face into every city and place, whither he himself would come. Therefore said he unto them, The harvest truly is great, but the labourers are few: pray ye therefore the Lord of the harvest, that he would send forth labourers into his harvest. Go your ways: behold, I send you forth as lambs among wolves.
And the seventy returned again with joy, saying, Lord, even the devils are subject unto us through thy name.”
In Luke 10:1-16, our Lord gathered his disciples to give them instructions as they went out from city to city in His name. He prepared them for what they would encounter in ministry and gave them instructions on how to respond to various situations.
Every Christian is commanded to spread the Gospel. What God commands, He empowers. You can be a confident and productive soul winner. These free resouces will help you.
Why is it so difficult to share our faith? We are glad we are saved. We want others to get saved. The Gospel is not difficult to explain, so what is the problem?
While there are many possible answers to this vital question, I do know this much… It is imperative to have a proven framework of how to win a soul in which you have complete confidence.
Do you want to write a book? The process can be overwhelming and confusing. This overview will give you a general road map to completion.
God is working in your life. He has taught you Truths from His Word that have literally changed your life. These Truths that have changed your life can change other people’s lives too!
What if you could share your insights, experiences, and wisdom in a format that God can use to help others for years to come? He can! A book or booklet is a powerful vehicle to spread the Truth. Additionally, a well-written book increases your credibility in your field and establishes you as a thought-leader on the subject.
The problem is that publishing a book seems overwhelming.
Doubts, fears, and excuses flood the mind! Things like:
- I don’t have enough time to write a book.
- I don’t have enough money to publish a book.
- No one cares what I have to say.
- It’s just too hard to get published today.
- And countless more.
These lies and fears will paralyze you if you let them.
Here are some truthful statements:
The Bible is a powerful Book. It can save the sinner and motivate the soul winner. What verses inspire you to share your faith in Christ? Every Christian should know these powerful verses.
These verses remind us of Christ’s command for us to share the Gospel and the urgency of our commission. Souls hang in the balance. Meditate upon these verses and they will provoke you to surrendered obedience.
Once you get over the initial fear of sharing your faith, you will be forever grateful that you won souls to Christ.
Here are 25 Bible verses about soul winning that will change your life.
“So then every one of us shall give account of himself to God.”
It is my prayer that you have decided that you want to live a life of Biblical Stewardship. If that’s you – Congratulations! You are on your way to a blessed life and eternal rewards.
The desire to be a good steward is only the beginning. Now you must activate stewardship principles in your life. Life is endlessly complex, and everyone’s circumstances are different. It can be overwhelming to know where to start. Perhaps you try to be a good steward, but struggle to follow through. With God’s help, you can do it.
This article will simplify your approach to stewardship by categorizing your life into 5 general areas. You can stay on track and continue pleasing the Lord if you keep these areas in focus.
Time is life. Literally.
Time is more than numbers on a clock. Time is the measurement of life. It is an accounting of your time on earth.
Although our souls are eternal, God made earthly life with an expiration date. We have a beginning and an end here on Earth. Time is not your enemy any more than the speedometer in your car is your enemy. They both function as a measuring device.
Time must be stewarded, or it will be wasted. How many days have we “wasted time?” How often do you get distracted only to find that you “wasted too much time” on a task or event?