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Sermon I: The Need for Biblical Evangelism Introduction A. Introduction to Entire Series 1. Definition of Biblical, God-Centered Evangelism: “God’s Messenger, proclaiming God’s Message, to God’s World, for God’s Purpose, by God’s appointed means, through God’s Power.” B. What is the need for evangelism?…
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Sharing the good news about God and Jesus Christ with others is a work to which some believers have a special calling, but in which all believers are to take part.
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Scripture provides teaching, supported by examples, concerning when believers should witness, the methods they are to use, and the manner of doing it.
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Believers are the watchmen commissioned to see the danger of impending judgment, and warn those who are unaware so that they can escape.
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Evangelism arises from a natural response to the grace of God, a concern for those who have yet to hear the good news and a desire to be faithful to the great commission to bring the good news to the ends of the earth. Evangelism is guided and directed by the Holy Spirit.
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Help Wanted Anyone Willing : Matthew 9:35-38 Theme: The outreach of many churches suffers because too many church members sit in the pew expecting their pastor to do all the work. In this passage, Jesus reveals three biblical concepts that will challenge us to reconsider our expectations of the pastor…
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Text: Matt. 28.18-20 Thesis: To prove that every Christian has an obligation, which should be truly a desire, to spread the gospel to the lost. Introduction: (1) Illustration – A man awoke one morning to see crowd gathered around the church building and was told that Jesus was inside. The man got in…
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Introduction ( & 3) Introduction Before we get into the lesson, I’d like to look at the historical context of this book and what Ezekiel’s message to Judah. · The ten northern tribes of Israel had been carried off to Assyrian captivity during 721 BC, but southern tribes of Judah were spared at this time…
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Inscription: Writing God’s Words on Our Hearts & Minds Part 59: The Watchman’s Duty Ezekiel 33:1-9 August 21, 2011 Prep · 140-143 Intro/Communication card: · Prayer Scripture reading: Ezekiel 1:4-27 NIV condensed I looked, and I saw a windstorm...with flashing lightning...The center of the fire looked…
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Missing Person’s Matt. 18: 11-14 [Lk. 15:4-7] “For the Son of Man has come to save that which was lost. 12 “What do you think? If a man has a hundred sheep, and one of them goes astray, does he not leave the ninety-nine and go to the mountains to seek the one that is straying? 13 And if he should…
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“Who Are You Bringing?” Matthew 13:3-9 3rd Sunday in Lent ~ March 11, 2007 In the month of March we are focusing on bringing people we know to worship. We have set March 25th as Friendship Sunday as the day we encourage you to bring someone to Mount Olive. Last week Pastor Shearier spoke about the “Why”…
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I. Personal Evangelism. Introduction: Why should evangelism be the concern of the church? The answere is simple: 1. God commands it: Our Lord Jesus told us to evangelize. We are under obligation to fulfill the Great Commission to make disciples of all the nations, beginning with our own. 2. Evangelism…