How are you different now that you have trusted in Christ? There are times when I fall back on me and the way I lived my life before I had Jesus in my heart and at the forefront of my thoughts.
Does God have to get you away from the crowd so He can meet your needs?
Remember, your audience is not Christian, and they may know nothing of Christian culture. Now that I am a Christian, I have more motivation to please Christ and do well. What Do I say? This means we are not to just profess our faith; rather, we are to be possessed by Christ so our professing is real and empowered.
Why will they not listen to a passionate plea from a loving and caring friend or family member who wants to see them saved? How are you applying self-control, patience, endurance, godliness, and love?
Fairly certain he will have a good read. It connects you with them. Christ is setting you up for a legacy. If you have an opening to start off a conversation, you may say, "It seems to me that more people are starting to smoke, what do you think about that?
You can do this in a conversational style, just as if you are talking to someone, because that is exactly what you do when you share it.
And I know now that God was working on me. I will forward this post to him. Did it make sense to you? What has your life been like since? The questions for us are what are we doing with this precept?
What you may consider dull might be just what someone else needs to hear. And when times got tough, I got high or I got drunk. Would you like to come to my church? Or, perhaps Christians have abused them, so they may have a skewed view of Christ and Christians.
Share that becoming a Christian may not solve all problems or cause us to be healed; life can still be a struggle. The results are not as important as is our obedience to follow and practice His call. Keep the peace and friendship and pray for another opportunity. Also keep in mind that not all of the suggestions will be needed or applied.
This was very different than my life as a teen. Reading this post reminds me of my good old room mate! After you have brought a friend to your church or a Christian event, then ask: You present what the Gospel is what Christ has donewhy the Gospel is important to you what Christ has done in youand how God has helped you and how your life has changed for the better.
If you do not have a good memory, write or outline your testimony on a 3 X 5 index card. He has brought you through life and the experiences you have faced for a reason. This post could not be written any better! Why, after all your efforts and hard adoring work, it seems to have been For years I escaped by the use of drugs.
So, feel free to modify them to fit your needs and culture. The key is to be prepared so you are not governed by fears, but rather by the joy that is in you, and a desire to pronounce it to others with your expressions and personality.
Sebbe January 27, at 3: Jesus calls us to be true to our word as a testimony of our faith in Him. Your job is not a drama presentation; it is to present Christ and your victory in Him.
Has your life been transformed?
I would write it down…rehearse it and speak from the heart.Coupled with the Word of God, the testimony of a changed life may be exactly what God will use to show some people their need of a Savior. As for your situation, I would recommend you focus on 2 or 3 specific sins and the way God helped you see your need for salvation.
Below is a testimony outline with questions to ask yourself, along with suggestions on how to make a great testimony of God working in you.
Included are some key points and questions you can ask yourself to help you prepare your testimony. Look over each of these categories and make your own outline by answering the four main questions.
Practice your testimony out loud several times until you feel comfortable with it. Congratulations! You’ve created your personal testimony.
The Lord can use you to help others come to know Christ. Ask God for opportunities to share your story and the gospel with others. Explore “Share the Gospel” to learn more. Under the blood God forgave the wrongs I had done Saved/Born Again Became a real Christian Christian Committed Christian, real Christian As you write your first draft, refer again to the sample testimony that is most like your own story.
Note how the person began the testimony and how he or she made the transitions between the main points. Every time we tell our story (our testimony) we give honor and glory to God, and He is pleased with that. Your story — regardless of how “spectacular” or “ordinary” you think it .Download