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You Are My Witnesses!

Isaiah 43:10-11 (NKJV) 10 “You are My witnesses,” says the Lord,
“And My servant whom I have chosen,
That you may know and believe Me,
And understand that I am He.
Before Me there was no God formed,
Nor shall there be after Me.
11 I, even I, am the Lord,
And besides Me there is no savior.

 

 

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Witnessing Questions Answered

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Is there not danger in moving too quickly when trying to reach people?

Perhaps, but more often than not we are too slow in working with people.

 

Should we be continually witnessing?

Yes. Witnessing should be part of our lifestyle, but we should do it appropriately.

 

Should we use simple words when we witness?

Yes. We should also use simple illustrations. click to read more.

 

Is it important that we pray when we are witnessing?

Yes! There are many quotes to read in this regard.

 

Why did Jesus send His disciples out two by two? Would it be good for our day?

Yes! It is the best way.

 

How should we respond when we are attacked?

Kindly, without reacting.

What if our witnessing efforts are rejected?

Don't give up; keep trying!

Where Should Bible And Witnessing Training Schools Be Located?

Responding to a pastor who wanted to develop a center in an isolated location to train Chinamen to reach their own people, she cautioned against such a plan. She stated that such a training school would draw much means and personnel that would be expended on a limited number of people. She also believed that such a school should be located close to where the students could apply what they were learning on a practical basis. The link will take you to some instructive paragraphs from the letter.

What does Luke 14:23 mean when it says "compel them to come in?"

It says to encourage them in the most positive way. It does not mean force them to come in. Read more by clicking the link.