by Stuart Briscoe

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NOTE: This sermon is part 3 and 4 of a 4 part sermon series. Two sermons outlines are included in this download.


Part 3: Evangelism and the Believer
Series: Serving Christ's Church
Stuart Briscoe
Romans 10:1-21

Evangelism plays an important role in the life of the church and the plan of God but not always in the experience of the believer. It is rather easy to think of it in the abstract but much more difficult to grapple with it in reality.

I. Understanding the Necessity of Evangelism.

A. The commission of Christ demands evangelism.
1. Salvation has been procured-Christ's ministry.
a. Through grace, not law.

b. Through faith, not works.

2. Salvation must be proclaimed-Church's ministry.

B. The condition of mankind requires evangelism.
1. The unsaved need to be saved. v. 1
2. The zealous need to be taught. v. 2
3. The ignorant need to be informed. v. 3a
4. The mistaken need to be corrected. v. 3b
5. The self-sufficient need to be humbled. v. 3c
6. The unbelievers need to be persuaded. v. 16


Part 4: Evangelism and the Convert
Series: Serving Christ's Church
Stuart Briscoe
Acts 9:1-31

Few people have conversions as dramatic as Saul of Tarsus. But the ways in which God worked and the role the church played in his experience vary very little from the workings of God today and the responsibilities of the contemporary church.

I. The Conversion and Its Significance.

A. A significant intervention.
1. The divine action. v. 3
2. The divine explanation. vv. 4-5
3. The divine instruction. v. 6
4. The divine intention. v. 15

B. A significant response.
1. The human enquiry. v. 5
2. The human humility. v. 11
3. The human obedience. v. 18
4. The human confession. v. 20

C. A significant change.
1. A change of attitude. vv. 1, 21
2. A change of allegiance. vv. 2, 5

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