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I Want to Witness, But What Do I Say?
Rev Susan Nazarewicz
Many times the hardest part in witnessing to the lost is just getting started. I hear many Christians say, "I want to witness, but what do I say?" When your mind goes blank or fear grips you many Christians often wonder: "How do I segue this conversation onto the Gospel track?"
This is a huge problem because if a Christian does not know how to transition a conversation onto the Gospel track, then they will not be witnessing at all. This book is the solution! The Lord revealed to Susan that Christians can make a comment about how an object around them reminds them of the Gospel in some way in order to segue conversations into the Gospel to witness to the lost. It is the same way that Jesus used objects in His environment when He taught using parables in Matthew 13 saying: "The Kingdom of Heaven is like..."
After this revelation, the Lord gave Susan over 400 "object evangelism icebreakers" or segues to help get Christians started. This book will also stir your compassion and give you courage to share your faith with kindness, respect and loving boldness. These icebreakers are friendly, easy to use and are listed by location so that you can witness to the lost wherever you go! Here are a few examples:
* WATER - "This water reminds me of the living water. Have you ever had any of that water?"
* DOOR - "This door reminds me of what Jesus said (John 10:9) that He is the DOOR to eternal life. Have you ever walked through that door?"
* SALT & PEPPER - "These salt and pepper shakers remind me of the Kingdom of Light and the Kingdom of darkness."
* SUGAR - "This sugar reminds me of how sweet it is to trust in Jesus. Have you ever put your trust in Jesus?"
All 400 icebreakers are organized in chapters under headings: I Want to Witness, But What Do I Say Around: Entertainment; Food; Sports; Shopping; the Great Outdoors; Work; School; Healthcare; Financial Affairs; Traveling and Holidays & Special Times. There is a handy INDEX in the back!
Using these icebreakers is a no fail to way to witness to the lost because, even if the unbeliever does not accept Jesus at that moment, the object is still there to continue to remind them of what you said long after you are gone!
After you say the icebreaker, the chapter "Truth to Say to 13 False Religions" will help you even more to witness to: Atheists & Evolutionists, Buddhists, Hindus, Jehovah Witnesses, Jews, Mormons, Muslims, New Agers, Scientologists, Unitarian Universalists, Homosexuals and Lesbians.
I wrote the chapter "Truth to Say to Homosexuals" so that if any Christian is struggling with same sex attractions (SSA), they will know how to find the root lie or cause of them and how to "come out straight" and live a normal life that obeys and honors God's Word.
There is also a chapter called Prophetic Evangelism that teaches you how to witness using a word of knowledge that God gives you to deliver a prophetic word in order to witness to the lost. There are several testimonies that show you, "Yes, it works!"
Jesus is coming soon! We must witness NOW to the lost wherever we go. This book has the best tools to help Christians witness to the lost and bring in the harvest in these last days! I encourage you to not only buy the book, but to use it every day and apply it to win souls!"
About Rev. Susan Nazarewicz: Susan graduated from the UNC at Chapel Hill (B.A.) in Psychology/Political Science; RHEMA Bible Training College in 1995 from the Teacher's group; Victory World Missions Training Center; Church On the Move School of Ministry and Prophetic Age Ministries Institute. She is ordained by John G. Lake Ministries. Since 2004, she has been working as a prayer partner/assistant supervisor at Oral Roberts Ministries at the Abundant Life Prayer Group and is a member at RHEMA Bible Church in Tulsa, OK where she sings in the choir.
- Publication Date:
- 0692471898 / 9780692471890
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- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 6" x 9"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Religion / Christian Ministry / Evangelism