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How can I witness for Christ?


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Witnessing is a vital part of the Christian life; the Bible teaches that the true believer will desire to share with others what God has done for him; read John 4:28-30,39-42 and 1 John 1:1-4.

God commands us and empowers us to be His witnesses (Matthew 4:19 and Acts 1:8). Our testimony may not always be accepted, but through the Holy Spirit we can receive power to live a victorious Christian life and serve Christ effectively; read Ephesians 5:18 and Luke 11:13.

Here are a few suggestions that might help you to lead others to Christ: Live a consistent Christ-centered life (Matthew 5:17); be a friend and a good listener; pray that the Holy Spirit will give opportunity for witness and prepare the individual to receive the Word of life (John 16:7-11); and avoid arrogance and preachiness.

You should pray daily for the people on your prayer list and ask God for wisdom as you share Christ with them; read James 1:5, 3:17.

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8 Comments

  1. Emmanuel says:

    Am so delighted to be a witness to the soon coming king,may the good Lord strenghten and lead me through in Jesus name amen,am glad with the little tteaching on witnes remain blessed

  2. raphael nzuve says:

    great mission .God bless u

  3. Lorraine Charumbira says:

    May God bless the good work you are doing its really helpful. God bless.

  4. calvin matthes says:

    this is awesome

  5. Phil and Wanda Lancaster says:

    Read your magazine support your ministries pray for the work you do to spread the gospel of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

  6. MUKASA DANIEL says:

    keeping in touch with you in to live by my faith

  7. Roland Garcia says:

    I am reading Rev. Billy Graham book on getting old. I am 60 yrs. old. I love and appreciate him so much. Please let him Know.Thank you for the advice on witnessing.

  8. James Steimel says:

    One of the most difficult things for many of us Christians to do.