DO YOU WANT TO BE A SOUL WINNER?
Jesse M. Hendley
If you have your Bibles, friends, I want you to turn with me to the 14th chapter of the Gospel of John. I hold in my hand today a Soul-winner's New Testament. You may have one like it for only twenty-five cents plus postage. We are trying to develop a Soul-winner's Band, a Radio Evangelistic Hour Soul-winner's Band, and multitudes, we trust, will be winning souls to the Lord Jesus. We said something to you about this before, and you wrote us about it, and now we have come down to the practical part of it. An outline of the Plan of Salvation comes with this New Testament, and all you need to do is write us and tell us you want this Soul-winner's New Testament and the outline, enclosing twenty-five cents plus postage, and we will send it to you. This is just the cost of the Testament. So we have no motive in this matter except one thing: to win souls to Jesus! There are multitudes of CHRISTIANS who haven't yet done that, and yet they CAN. This is the simplest way I have ever known where by a Christian, without training, can win another to the Lord Jesus Christ.
You simply take this little Testament and underscore the passages as given in the outline. After you have done this, so you know what it is about, then you find somebody you want to win to the Lord Jesus, write us, and we will send you another Testament for that person. You give to that person this Testament and the outline. Together you read through this Plan of Salvation. Believe me, you can lead a soul to the Lord Jesus Christ.
After you have taken up Part III (Part I is Our Sins Have Condemned Us; Part II is Jesus Came to Save All Sinners; Part III is How We can Be Saved, by Repenting, Believing, Receiving, Confessing and We are To Do It Now) then you can say to the person, "Don't you want to accept Jesus as your Saviour? You DO want to be on the road to heaven, don't you?" And your friend will say Yes. "Well, will you take my hand and ...
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