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CONVERSATION ABOUT THE LORD JESUS CHRIST (Part 2 of 3)
Jesse M. Hendley
Now we are thinking about conversation about Christ and we have talked about the approach and how to approach people to break the ice; then after the conversation has gone along, directing the conversation toward spiritual things. Now we come to using the Bible in the proclaiming of the claims of Christ unto the soul with which we are speaking.
We have found out that we can approach people very easily in different matters and then we can come to the place where we find out whether they are really saved or not and then we ask them if they have ever had anyone go through the plan of salvation with them or will they allow us to do it, it won't take very long, and at that point we go to the Word of God.
Now remember this, use the Bible, the greatest of all soul winners used the Bible. In Ephesians 6:17, God's Word says the sword of the spirit is the Word of God. Now you and I ought to so have in our minds these scriptures about the plan of salvation, that it will be a great blessing to us and we can just simply give the plan of salvation from memory. Memorize the Word of God, there is power in this; A speaker that stands up to speak, if he has his material definitely in his mind he will not have stage fright, he will not be silenced, not be muffled, he will speak forth because he has filled up with his subject and he just pours out and overruns. So study the scriptures on the plan of salvation above everything else until it fills your mind, heart and soul. These Particular scriptures about the Word of God are so important for us to understand. May the Lord help us to do it.
Now you do not have to have a great list of statements to be made and I am going to present to you how first of all a simple plan of salvation that you can deal with because it will be a blessing to your heart and I pray God will make it so. You can call attention first of all to this fact, that we are all ...
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