Does fear keep you from sharing your faith with your friends? If so, you are not alone. When it comes to sharing faith, the statistics for average church goes isn’t very good. So what is the problem? That is the question in this week’s message. While it is true that the West has a “cultural aversion to conversion,” that doesn’t keep us from evangelizing our friends with our favorite products or services. Business experts still say “word of mouth” is still the best form of advertising. That’s because we trust our friends but despise institutions. But for some reason, our faith is different. Insecurity, fear, and doubt creep in when we talk about our faith. And the reason for it, at some level, we don’t fully believe the Gospel ourselves.
Preaching the Gospel to Yourself | FITC 56
Original Sermon Date: October 15, 2017
Current Sermon Series: Ambassador – Carrying the Gospel
Sermon Text: John 4
Key Notes to Remember
Accepting and believing the Gospel of Jesus Christ is not a single moment in time but an ongoing reality. That is why we must preach the Gospel to ourselves.
The first person we must prioritize in sharing the Gospel is ourselves. We will never be able to share it unless it becomes internalized.
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