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"How many souls have been led to vain confidence by a man-made, evangelistic formula? How many are sent home from  evangelistic services with calm, who should have gone away grieved  and disturbed as the rich young ruler who approached Jesus? How many unsaved children have been given assurance by the teachers of Bible classes, so that they have  ceased to seek God for salvation?" --Walter Chantry
                Reasons for using the LAW

     Before I can preach love, mercy and grace, I must preach sin, Law and Judgment - John Wesley

The first duty of the gospel preacher is to declare God's Law and show the nature of sin. - Martin Luther

They will never accept grace until they tremble before a just and Holy Law - Charles Spurgeon

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         WHY TRACTS      
Here are 10 reasons to hand out gospel tracts

1.They are a very economical form of evangelism.
2.They work while we sleep.
3.They have the ability to get into a house and  stay there.
4.They are never afraid or show cowardice. 
5.They are never tempted to compromise their messages.
6.They never get tired, discouraged or give up.
7.They stick to what they have to say and never argue.
8.They can present the message when you don't have time.
9.They can go to places where we cannot.
10.They get people in the mood - they only speak when they are read.

When giving out tracts, don't ask "Would you like one of these?" They will probably just say "No, or What is it ?"
Instead ask, "Did you get one of these?" or '   ''Here You Go''. That makes the person feel that he is missing out on something, and it also stirs curiosity.  

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Hudson Taylor a great Missionary of China, got saved by reading a gospel tract 

The Great Commission is not an option to be considered; it is a command to be obeyed" — Hudson Taylor
 Mr Genor a little old man that passed out gospel tracts for 40 years
Functions of the Law -  Biblical Evangelism
The Law is God’s Commandments 
 (The Moral Law)

Rom 5:20 God's Law was given so that all people could see how sinful they were...

Gal 3:24 Wherefore the law was our schoolmaster to bring us unto Christ, that we might be justified by faith.

Rom 7:7 It was the law (God’s Commandments) that showed me my sin. I would never have known that coveting is wrong if the law had not said, “You must not covet”.

Heb 10:16 I will put my Laws (10 Commandments) in their Hearts so they will understand them…I will write them on their Mind so they will Obey them.

Rom 3:19-20 For the purpose of the Law is to keep people from having excuses and to bring the entire world into Judgment before God. 

Psalms 19:7 The law of the Lord is perfect, converting the soul...

Rom 3:19 Now we know that what things soever  the law says, it says to them who are under the law: that every mouth may be stopped, and all the world may become guilty before God.

    Approaching An Unbeliever  
In the same way, when we approach an unbeliever and say to him that Jesus died on the cross for his sins, it will be foolishness to him and offensive because as far as he's concerned, there are many people much worse than him. It would make sense, however, if we were to first bring instruction to him through the Law and allow the Divine Law to serve the purpose for which it was intended, to convert the soul (Psalm 19:7) The Good News of Christ sacrifice will make sense after the Law acts as a mirror to the soul of the unbeliever so that he sees himself in his sin as God does and realizes how it leaves him guilty before the Judgment seat of God.  

The "Sinner's Prayer" - To Pray or Not  to to Pray?
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Have you ever heard the phrase "God has a wonderful plan for your life"? Do you think it's biblical? Before you answer, consider this -- What would you say if you were able to preach to 1,000 people in Tower One of the World Trade Center, the day before it collapsed and killed them? Could you tell them that God had a "wonderful plan" for their lives, knowing that they would die the very next in such a horrible way? This episode not only exposes this popular yet unbiblical presentation, but it shows how it actually limits the Gospel to a certain segment of the world, and how it has the potential to fill the Church with false converts. Walk through the answer to this tough question with Kirk and Ray as they film on location in New York City.

Is "The Way of the Master" the ONLY Right Way to Share the Gospel?
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How tragic it would be if we went through life thinking we were saved and then woke up on Judgment Day to find out we were mistaken! But the Bible teaches that this will be the case with many people. Christ said, "Many will say unto Me in that day, Lord, Lord, have we not prophesied in Thy name? and in Thy name have cast out devils? and in Thy name done many wonderful works? And then will I profess unto them, I never knew you: depart from Me, ye that work iniquity" (Matt.7:22-23).

Conviction of sin is essential 

The point of preaching the moral Law to the sinner is to bring about the knowledge of sin. Modern evangelism all too often leaves out sin and judgment in place of a feel-good message that's more of a life enhancement program for this life, than a preparation for an eternity in the next. See the quote below by Charles Spurgeon.

"God never clothes men until He has first stripped them, nor does He quicken them by the gospel till first they are slain by the Law. When you meet  with persons in whom there is no trace of conviction of sin, you may be quite sure that they have not been wrought upon by the Holy Spirit; for 'when He is come, He will reprove the world of sin, and of righteousness, and of judgment.'" 

-  C.H. Spurgeon

C.H. Spurgeon
Wrong Evangelism Fails 
To Start With Doctrine 
Quoting Martyn Lloyd-Jones . . 

The trouble with all false evangelism is that it does not start with doctrine, it does not start by realizing man's condition. All fleshly, carnal, man-made evangelism is the result of inadequate understanding of what the apostle teaches us in the first ten verses of this second chapter of Ephesians. If you and I but realized that every man who is yet a sinner is absolutely dominated by 'the prince of the power of the air, the spirit that now worketh in the children of disobedience', if we only understood that he is really a child of wrath and dead in trespasses and sins, we would realize that only one power can deal with such an individual, and that is the power of God, the power of the Holy Ghost. And so we would put our confidence, not in man-made organizations, but in the power of God, in the prayer that holds on to God and asks for revival and a descent of the Spirit. We would realize that nothing else can do it. 

We can change men superficially, we can win men to our side and to our party, we can persuade them to join a church, but we can never raise the spiritually dead; God alone can do that. The realization of these truths would of necessity determine and control all our evangelism. 

What Is Biblical Repentance?
By John MacArthur - Grace to You 

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Repentance is not just a change of mind;
it is a change of heart.
It is an inward response, not 
external activity,
but it's fruit will be evident
in the true believer's
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C.H. Spurgeon invited men to come to Christ, not to an altar. 
Listen to him invite men to Jesus Christ 

'Before you leave this place breathe an earnest prayer to God, saying, 'God be merciful to me a sinner. Lord, I need to be saved. Save me. I call upon Thy name....Lord, I am guilty, I deserve Thy wrath. Lord, I cannot save myself. Lord, I would have a new heart and a right spirit, but what can I do? Lord, I can do nothing, come and work in me to do of Thy good pleasure. 
Thou alone hast power, I know To save a wretch like me; To whom, or whither should I go If I should run from Thee? 

But I now do from my very soul call upon Thy name. Trembling, yet believing, I cast myself wholly upon Thee, O Lord. I trust the blood and righteousness of Thy dear Son.... Lord, save me tonight, for Jesus' sake.' ' 'Go home alone trusting in Jesus. 'I should like to go into the enquiry-room.' I dare say you would, but we are not willing to pander to popular superstition. We fear that in those rooms men are warmed into a fictitious confidence. Very few of the supposed converts of enquiry-rooms turn out well. Go to your God at once, even where you now are. Cast yourself on Christ, at once, ere you stir an inch!' 

Invitations such as Spurgeon gave directing men to Christ and not to aisles are needed today.


In Evangelism, we must first show people that they have a "Contagious Disease" called Sin (Romans 3:23) which will eventually lead all people to Eternal  Hell & Separation from God (John 3:36Romans 6:23). By helping people understand this bad news that they will Perish and go to Hell, then the Cure of the "Good News" of Jesus Christ's' Death & Resurrection for our Sins will make sense; then we will be able to clearly understand what we are being "Saved" from, and the Good News of Jesus Christ will truly be Good News.                                 

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(The dangers of "Decisionism" or "How to give an assurance of salvation without conversion" )

1. Focus on the "decision," not conversion. Then they will remember their own "wise" choice, not Christ's work on the cross.

2. Skim over the gospel and push the prayer. The actual gospel is simply too offensive.

3. Please your listeners with positive assurances; don't confuse them with the whole truth. Tell them what they want to hear, not what they need to hear.

4. Emphasize God's goodness, not His justice or holiness. Talk about his love, not His legal requirement that demands sacrifice for sin. Let them think they are headed for heaven no matter what!

5. Describe Jesus as Savior, not Lord of our lives. Promise His blessing but, by all means, ignore His warning about "counting the cost!"

6. Don’t mention sin, guilt, hell or wrath. No need to offend them with the whole dreadful reason why they need the Savior.

7. Whatever you do, never mention Judgment Day. Too distasteful! You could lose both friends and financial supporters.

8. Add some humor or rousing music. Lighten things up. Don't sound too sober or serious.

9. Don’t mention repentance until they’ve repeated a "sinner’s prayer." Then your project won't be aborted by sudden doubts or reservations.

10. After they pray "the prayer," celebrate "their" achievement, not God's grace. Be sure to praise the deceived sinner, not the God they don't know that they don't yet know.

If you were infected with a deadly disease that was going to kill you, would you want to know about it?  If there was a cure, would you want someone to give it to you?

The oldest statistic in the book is that 10 out of 10 people will die.  In life and even in issues of death, no one seeks a cure unless they realize they are sick.  Keep in mind, sometimes an examination can be uncomfortable and even painful but if you are to properly diagnose the disease in order to seek the cure, it is extremely important to be thorough in the examination process.  The Bible says the reason we die is because all of have been infected with a deadly disease called SIN.  What is sin? 1st John 3:4 says.

“ He who transgresses( breaks) God’s law commits sin. In fact, sin is transgression of the law ”In order to see if you have been infected with this deadly disease called sin, right now, please examine yourself under the light of a few of God’s Ten Commandments.

The 9th Commandment – Have you ever told a lie? The 8th Commandment – Have you ever stolen anything? Perhaps you have taken something small like a pen from the office or a piece of candy as a kid?  The 10th Commandment – Have you ever jealously desired or coveted something that belongs to someone else that God has not blessed you with?  Perhaps things like more money, nicer clothes, a bigger house, a better job or car? The 7th Commandment – Jesus said it is wrong to commit adultery but if you look with lust you have already committed adultery in your heart.  Have you ever done that? The 5th Commandment – Honor your father and your mother is one most people would say they broke many times as a teenager.  How about you?  The 3rd Commandment – Have you ever taken God’s name in vain? If you have, you have committed blasphemy and have taken the name of God who has given you life and everything you hold precious to you and exchanged it for a four letter filth word used to express disgust.  The Bible says God won’t hold them guiltless who take His name in vain.

The Bible says we have all sinned (broken God’s commandments) and fallen short of the glory of God.  If you were honest with yourself during the self examination you would admit that you too are guilty of breaking His laws and therefore, are infected with the deadly disease called SIN.  The Bible also says It is appointed unto all of us to die once, and then comes judgement.  In other words the day will come when you will have to stand before a holy and righteous God to give an account of everything you have said, done, thought or felt.  You may think your good deeds will outweigh your bad but consider this. What if the doctor said you had terminal cancer and your reply was, “ “Well, I promise to eat right, exercise and live a clean and healthy life.”Would that take away the cancer?  Since God is holy and without sin, He cannot allow any sin into Heaven and because He is just, He must punish sin wherever it is found.  In fact, the Bible says all liars will have their part in the lake of fire and that no thief, adulterer, blasphemer or coveter can enter into the Kingdom of Heaven. This presents a huge dilemma for both you and God because He loves you more than you  could every realize and is not willing that any should perish into hell but that all should come to repentance.

That is why God, in His love, mercy and grace, provided a powerful and everlasting cure to this disease for you and everyone else on this planet.  Do you know what it is?

Two thousand years ago God sent His Son, Jesus into the world to live a perfect, sinless life so that He who knew no sin could be made sin for us.  He so loved the world He sacrificed His only Son so that all who would put their faith and trust in Him would be saved from their sin, death and from Hell. He offered His Son as a substitute for you and the blood that was shed on the Cross at Calvary would pay the price for the sins we committed.  Simply put, His blood provided the cure that would cleanse us from the disease called SIN.  That way on that fateful day when we stand before God, He won’t see all the times we broke His laws, He will see the righteousness of Christ and we will be set free and enter Heaven.

The cure in Christ is a free gift but just like any other gift, you can either receive it or reject it.  God offers the gift of eternal life through His Son Jesus Christ.  All you have to do is humbly confess and forsake (turn away from) your sins and beg Jesus to be the Lord of your life.  he will cleanse you of all your sins and you too will be cured of the deadly disease.  The disease is real and it will kill you some day.  Christ’s cure is available to all who are willing to ask for it.  The only question now is, “What will you do with it?”

by Darrell Rundus 
Great News Network (GNN) 


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Sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ - John MacArthur  

Evangelism must take the sinner and measure him against the perfect law of God so he can see his deficiency. A gospel that deals only with human needs, feelings, and problems is superficial and powerless to save since it focuses only on the symptoms rather than sin, the real issue. That's why churches are filled with people whose lives are essentially no different after professing faith in Christ. Many of those people, I'm sad to say, are unregenerate and grievously misled.

Rom 3:20 Therefore by the deeds of the law there shall no flesh be justified in His sight: for by the law is the knowledge of sin.

I John 3:4 Whosoever commits sin transgresses also the law: for sin is the transgression of the law.

Rom 7:7 What shall we say then? Is the law sin? God forbid. No, I had not known sin, but by the law...

2 Cor 7:9-10 Pain caused you to repent and change your ways. It was the kind of sorrow God wants his people to have, so you were not harmed by us in any way. For the kind of sorrow God wants us to experience leads us away from sin and results in salvation. There’s no regret for that kind of sorrow. But worldly sorrow, which lacks repentance, results in spiritual death.

Gal 3:11 But that no man is justified by the law in the sight of God, it is evident: for, the just shall live by faith.

Gal 3:24 Wherefore the law was our schoolmaster to bring us to Christ, that we might be justified by faith.

Rom 2:15 Which show the work of the law written in their hearts, their conscience also bearing witness...

Are You A Christian? 
Greg Laurie 
Harvest Ministries

I read recently that 50 percent of all born-again Christians don’t have the assurance of salvation. Maybe some just need to memorize some pertinent passages on the assurance of salvation, like 1 John 5:13, and realize that God's Word does indeed promise that salvation is the present possession of every true follower of Christ. 

On the other hand, perhaps a lot of so-called Christians do not have the assurance of salvation because they are not really saved. Just because you attend church or engage in certain religious activities, does not necessarily mean you are a Christian. The Apostle Paul instructed those in the early church to examine themselves to see if their faith was genuine (2 Corinthians 13:5). 

So, how do I know if you are a Christian? How do you know if I'm one? There must be evidence. Jesus said, "By their fruits you shall know them" (Matthew 7:20). If someone examined your life, would they find any spiritual fruit—hard evidence to prove that you are a true follower of Jesus Christ? 

Or, let me put it another way: If you were arrested for being a Christian, would there be enough evidence to convict you? By "evidence," I don't mean how many Bibles you own, or how many bumper stickers you might have on your car with Christian sayings on them. I mean hard evidence. If your family members, neighbors, and coworkers were interviewed and asked the question, "Is (your name here), in your opinion, a real Christian?" we might not be happy with the response. 

The only way others can tell whether you are a Christian is by your works. While all the good works in the world won't save a person (Titus 3:5), they are reasonable evidence that someone is saved. 

In a nutshell, all the great religions of the world, apart from Christianity, say, "Do." "Do this and you might go to heaven," "Do that and you might find nirvana," and so on. Christianity, in contrast, says, "Done." 

In other words, God has taken care of your salvation through the finished work of Jesus Christ on the cross. He cried out, "It is finished!" He purchased your ticket to heaven at the cross. But having received that ticket, your life should reflect your commitment to Christ. Works won't save you, but if you really are saved, then works will follow (2 Corinthians 5:17). Has that happened to you? Has there been a change in your life?


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to test to see if you are a real Christian 


It was Mahatma Gandhi who was almost persuaded to become a Christian, but decided against it saying, “I would become a follower of Christ if it wasn’t for those who claim to follow him.” In other words, he was turned away from Christ by observing the lives lived by “almost” Christians.

Paul Washer, The Gospel. The most terrifying truth of Scripture...

Paul Washer sat down and explained in wonderful detail the Gospel of Jesus Christ. 
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We live in a nation, a society filled with “almost” Christians. Many of our churches are filled with, even led by “almost” Christians.