The Winning Witness’ Triumphs

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Today we wrap up our messages about #witnessing.  Who triumphs when we witness?  Do we always succeed when we share the #Gospel?  How did Paul compare the winning witness’ return to a ticker tape parade?  What kind of captives were part of this parade?  How do they compare to those to whom we witness?  What does Paul mean by making a sweet smell to the Lord?  How do we keep this celebration going?

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The Winning Witness’ Trials

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If you want to experience #triumph (next week’s message) you will have to pass through some #trials.  In witnessing, what are some of the trials you can expect?  Which ones will you experience before or during the time you are witnessing?  What does Brother Tommy mean by weighing your opportunity?  Can you relate to the unsaved without compromising?  How did Paul adjust his message to his audience?  Will you sometimes be greeted with rejection or even hostility?  How should that be handled?  Are the trials over once a conversion has taken place?  What is the responsibility of the witness afterwards?  How should you keep a new Christian on the right track?  How do you show them the way to feed and grow?  For what marks of insecurity should you look?  How about hindrances or discouragements?  

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Change Your Colors

 

Where is the Hope?

 

THE LIVING GOD SAID, “WOE”

Well have you ever heard so many #lawyers, #politicians, #newscasters and #talk shows participants vehemently shouting their opinions on the character of public officials?  Technology has given a voice to all who want the attention or a platform.  The old saying “Talk is Cheap” is definitely viral today!  Most story lines which are addressed over and over seem to me to be direct attacks aiming to destroy the individual.   As I see and hear many opinions expressed on various people and subjects, I see a pattern of behavior that is told in the Holy Bible.  Jesus Christ did not mince words when He said, “WOE UNTO YOU, LAWYERS!  FOR YOU HAVE TAKEN AWAY THE KEY OF KNOWLEDGE:  YOU ENTERED NOT IN YOURSELVES, AND THEM THAT WERE ENTERING IN YOU KEPT OUT.  He said these things unto them, as the scribes and Pharisees began to criticize Him vehemently, and to provoke Him to speak of many things:  Laying wait for Him, and seeking to catch something out of His mouth, that they might accuse Him.” Luke 11:52-54  Again I say, “Everything old is new again”.  Rev.12:12 “WOE to those inhabiters of the earth and sea – for the devil is come down unto you having great wrath because he knows that he has but a short time!”  What is the answer?  THE LIVING GOD’S WORD – JESUS CHRIST.  1John4: “Trust not every spirit, but try the spirits whether they are of God; because many false prophets are gone out into the world.  You know the Spirit of God:  Every spirit that confesses that Jesus Christ is come in the flesh is of God…  Rev.4:4 greater is He that is in you than he that is in the world.  Those that are of the world speak of the world and the world hears them.  We are of God:  he that knows God hears us; he that is not of God does not hear us.  That is how we recognize the spirit of truth from the spirit of error. . 1John3:23 “This is His commandment, That we should believe on the name of His Son, Jesus Christ and love one another.”  You choose.

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The Winning Witness’ Target

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There is a saying about stepping out of your #ComfortZone, ‘you miss 100% of the shots you don’t take.’  What is the target of witnessing?  Is it a #decision or a #disciple?  How do we disciple a new Christian?  If Jesus has done all the work already, and He has, what is left for us to do?  How are we supposed to guide a new believer through the truths and promises available to us?  That is Christ for us but what does the Bible mean when it says Christ in us?  What warnings does a new believer need to hear?  Is it only warnings that they need?  What can we learn about treating new believers by the examples of both Jesus Christ and Paul, the missionary?

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