Witnessing - Telling others about Jesus, gently and kindly sharing the glorious gospel and your faith in Christ, is one of the most exciting things you can do. The problem is, many Christians are afraid to tell others about Jesus. They are afraid to share their faith because they think people will reject them or they think they will be embarrassed.
No matter how silly or how serious your excuse, this Video teaches us that fear should never stop us from telling others about Jesus.
Fear of what others will think is probably one of the biggest obstacles that keeps us from opening our mouth and sharing the gospel of Jesus with people who need us to care enough to move beyond our fear and speak openly for Jesus.
It's time to man up and start caring about lost folks who are headed for hell. It is manly and womanly and honorable to tell others about Jesus. It's cowardly to keep your mouth shut and and be a silent Christian.
Remember, Lukewarm Christians make God sick, Revelation 3:15-16.
The Nike ad says, Just do it. Someone loved you enough to overcome fear and tell you about Jesus. Someone took time out of a busy day to care about you. Look at it this way. You talk about music, the weather, food, restaurants, sports, sex, TV, politics all the time. Why don't you talk about Jesus? Why don't you learn how to share the gospel of Christ so you can become a serious disciple of Jesus?
If you don't witness for Jesus, the truth is, you probably are not a serious disciple of Jesus.
Do you love God enough to tell friends, relatives and complete strangers about Jesus? Becoming a soul-winner for Jesus takes courage and also preparation and prayer. You can do it! I encourage you to step out by faith and become a genuine seeker after lost souls for Jesus. Do you trust God enough to tell someone else about Jesus? When Jesus saved you, He gave you the Holy Spirit to live in you, to teach you, to strengthen you, to guide you, to help you know what to say, to help you be a witness of God's amazing grace and salvation.
It's always safe to trust God. Here and now, will you make up your mind to start sharing your faith?
This page updated February 3, 2017