by Adrian Rogers

How To Share Your Testimony
Adrian Rogers

Praise the Lord. Thank you so much, oh, for a thousand hands to ring, a thousand tongues to sing in honor to our dear king and a great song. Would you take please your bibles and turn to Ephesians chapter two and when you have that passage look up here and let me tell you something very, very exciting, how you can be used mightily of the Lord. I want to tell you tonight how to share your testimony and my dear friend, never ever underestimate the power of a Christian testimony. We are called to witnesses and not lawyers, a witness is somebody who tells what he's seen and heard, a lawyer is somebody who argues a case. We are witnesses of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. My dear friend, a Christian with a glowing testimony is worth a library full of arguments. Now, I'm not against a well reasoned presentation of what we call an apology for our faith, we ought to be able to give that but there are many who are new Christians who are not theologically trained yet who still can be a dynamic witness for our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ and the bible says concerning the devil that those early Christians overcame him by the word of their testimony and those last day Christians will overcome him by the word of our testimony. We need to learn how to give our testimony and again I want to say you don't have to be a theologian to be able to give your testimony. Remember the man born blind and Jesus healed him and then the Pharisees jumped on his case, oh, they were angry because this man had been healed and they got him and backed him into a corner and they started to ask him all kinds of theological questions. This man just said well, ha, I'm sorry, I can't answer all of those questions but he said one thing I know, once I was blind and now I see. Friend, that shut them out, once I was blind and now I see and a Christian with a testimony is never at the mercy of an infidel with an argument, remember that, now it's important that ...

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