This’ll preach (your weekly evangelism memory verse):
“There is no one righteous, not even one;
there is no one who understands, no one who seeks God.
All have turned away, they have together become worthless;
there is no one who does good, not even one.”
Join us this Saturday for another exciting time at one of the world’s busiest airports. Meet at Hope Chapel at noon to carpool.
Last time we were there, the International section proved to be very fruitful in terms of getting Gospel tracts into people’s hands. We handed out the Giant $100 bills and ran out of about 150 of them in ten minutes. If you can’t make our excursion, go to your own local airport. It is legal to share the gospel. (Read the legality of it by clicking here.)
Now here’s a reminder from Tony Miano:
For decades now, Christians have been taught by weak pastors in weak churches that they must earn the right to share the gospel with unbelievers — a philosophy of men found nowhere in the Word of God. The result: a generation of Christians who cower, fearful of upsetting unbelievers — a generation of Christians who defer to the wishes of God-hating lost people instead of obeying the clear command of their King to proclaim the gospel to every person.
If you believe you must earn the right from the lost or be given the right by the lost to share the gospel with the lost, then you should examine yourself to see whose side you are really on. God may see you as an enemy combatant and not a soldier of Jesus Christ.