Soul-Winning Explained

“He that winneth souls is wise.”–Proverbs 11:30. The text does not say, “He that winneth sovereigns is wise,” though no doubt he thinks himself wise, and perhaps, in a certain grovelling sense, in these days of competition, he must be so; but such wisdom is of the earth, and ends with the earth; and there …

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Witnessing to Children of the Night

…They that sleep sleep in the night; and they that be drunken are drunken in the night. – 1 Thessalonians 5:7 I’m qualified to write this article. I’ve known the life that includes smoky nightclubs, broken relationships, college “fun”, and the secular. Many Christians who have not known this life are failing miserably at even …

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Courage In the Commission

The famous American pilot Eddie Rickenbacker once said, “Courage is doing what you’re afraid to do. There can be no courage unless you’re scared.” But, it’s very human to think of courage being the absence of fear. That’s why Rickenbacker’s observation can help us in our Christian lives.

Don’t Keep the Gospel to Yourself

Sometimes we need hard and harsh words to wake us up. Like a wife who says to her husband, “We need to see a counselor; I can’t do this anymore.” Or a doctor who says, “We need to operate right now,” or a firefighter who bangs on your door, yelling, “Leave everything; you need to …

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How to Share the Gospel With Muslims

While it may have been the Apostle Paul who first preached the unadulterated gospel in Arabia and Damascus (Gal. 1:15–17), the following centuries witnessed the introduction of various brands of Christianity ranging from orthodoxy to a number of heretical sects.