Wisdom For Soul Winning (2 of 5) by Stan Coffey
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Series: Wisdom For Wise Living
We are in a series, preaching from every book of the Bible, called "The Original Route 66." Presently we are in a sub-series, preaching from the scripture commonly known as, "The Books of Wisdom."
If we are to make a lasting impact, we must be a witnessing people. We must be a soul winning people. We must be a seed sowing people ant that's what this passage of scripture reminds us of.
Psalm 126: 5-6 (5) They that sow in tears shall reap in joy. (6) He that goeth forth and weepeth, bearing precious seed, shall doubtless come again with rejoicing, bringing his sheaves with him.
Now, here's a principle throughout the word of God, the principle of sowing and reaping. The principle of sowing and reaping simply says this, "You are going to reap exactly what you sow. You are going to
reap later than you sow. You're going to reap more than you sow. You are going to sow one seed, but you are going to get back many more seed in the harvest."
I want you to listen to the following statements. Dr. George W. Truitt, who for almost fifty years was the pastor of the First Baptist Church in Dallas, said this, "The bringing of one soul to Jesus is the highest achievement possible to human life."
John Wesley, the great founder of Methodism and a great evangelist, said this to his students, "You have but one business and that is the salvation of souls."
Dr. Beecher, a great preacher of his generation, was asked the question, "What do you consider the greatest thing that a human being can do or be?"
Dr. Beecher said, "The greatest thing is not that one should be a scientist, important as that is, not that one should be a statesman, as important as that is, or that one should be a theologian, immeasurably
as important as that is, but the greatest thing of all that one human being can do for another human being, is to bring another to Jesus Christ ...
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