Monday, October 6, 2008

British man witnessing to Thai man in the U.K.

3 comments:

thekingpin68 said...

Well, this is a very similar approach to others you have presented. I suppose it is helpful to many.

In regard to the interview.

Unfortunately, growing older does not rid one of all sins or a sinful nature.

thekingpin68 said...

A free Bible would be a good idea.

Jeff said...

Well, this is a very similar approach to others you have presented. I suppose it is helpful to many.

Yes, the technique originally made popular by "The Way of the Master" is a good one, as opposed to the idea that a person should come to Jesus to have a happier, healthier life, which has been shown to be a flawed approach. Salvation is not for the purpose of a 'better life now,' but to save us from God's wrath and from Hell. And, apparently (or at least, in part) because of the way that evangelism has been handled in the past 50 or so years, many people don't realize they are sinners, and they seem to think God is a big teddy bear in the sky who would never hurt anyone, but only wants to love everyone.

A free Bible would be a good idea.

Yes, that would be. The couple times I participated in jail ministry, we would give out Bibles. And, sometimes, going door-to-door, we would give out excellent Christian books, or sometimes loaves of bread. After the devastation of Hurricane Andrew, I went with our church to people who had their homes destroyed, and we gave out food, as well as telling them about Jesus. I have also given out food packs, gospel tracts, and Gospels of John to homeless people.