Sermons on Evangelism
The gospel elicits shaming behavior in those who will not believe it and it gives freedom from shame to those who do.
Jesus is the seeking heart of God going out after sinners and winning our repentance.
When sinners turn from their sin and accept Jesus' fellowship as the joy of their lives, they have come home to God. And God is glad.
Without seeing Christ, the burden to show him to others becomes slave labor.
Pray with steadfastness, with watchfulness, and with thanksgiving.
Every hour of your life brings a situation that can be bought up for eternity or missed.
Giving the gospel away is one of the best ways of experiencing its power in your own life.
God prepares a person to receive Christ by stirring up a longing for consolation and redemption that can come only from Christ.
The use of money can make or break your eternal destiny.
The great obstacle to recognizing the truth of Christ is not deficient resources but deep rebellion against God.
To recognize and receive Christ for who he really is, God the Father must reveal it to you.
How different, how wonderful the use of our mouths would be if we lived by faith in the God who made the mouth and not by sight—by looking at our own clumsy tongue.
The way to get ready to make a case for your hope is to get hopeful. Apply yourself to settling the questions of your own heart.
It is fitting for those who believe in the sovereignty of God to feel a deep sorrow and for the lost and a deep longing for their conversion.
You can read every fairy tale that was ever written, every mystery thriller, every ghost story, and you will never find anything so shocking, so strange, so weird and spellbinding as the story of the incarnation of the Son of God.
You can't have fullness of joy in Christ if you never tell anybody about it. Declaring the marvelous deeds of God that have brought light into our life is a means to the full enjoyment of that light.
The Son of Man came to seek and to save that which was lost. He sought them, he received them, he ate with them, and he saved them.
God has yet more wonders to show us in the work of evangelism and world missions than we can imagine.
We are not big. But we are part of something big.
God wants people who welcome his strategic interruptions and surprises.
Your power to give a compassionate witness about Jesus is in direct proportion to how precious Jesus is to you.