“I have too much to lose to follow Christ.” The philosophy of Christ’s teachings are universally approved. His sermon on the mountain could be incorporated into any belief system. It’s one thing to accept Christ’s teachings, it’s quite to another to receive His life.
In Christ, we trust his promises.
Through Christ, we proclaim his name.
For Christ, we are his ambassadors.
In his Word, we WITNESS WELL.
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Dave Malnes is the founder and director of Praise and Proclaim Ministries (www.praiseandproclaim.com). This ministry is all about providing meaningful opportunities for Christians to actively share the gospel of Jesus Christ.
President, Praise and Proclaim Ministries https://t.co/KBdQnte6TJ. Blogs at https://t.co/a0hOtlBmqr. Loves family and playing golf.
7 Questions I Never Hear When I Go Canvassing. https://witnesswell.net/2020/02/20/7-questions-i-never-hear-when-i-go-canvassing/
How can you begin to have a meaningful spiritual conversation instead of turning them into heated debates? It starts by understanding that a person’s response could largely be based on how they perceive God rather than how God is revealed in the Bible.
Faith readily embraces the mystery of God. It rests not upon what is seen – but what is unseen. Trust doesn’t rely on what is provable, but that God keeps his promises.