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God has tasked every Christian with communicating the good news of the gospel to the lost. For some of us, it comes naturally. It’s easy and effortless. If that’s you then you probably don’t need to keep reading.
For others, not so much. It’s a struggle. It feels unnatural, forced, and uncomfortable. Concern floods our mind. “What if I don’t say the right words?” “I know they’re thinking we are completely crazy.” “They are going to mock.” We hear about the door-to-door evangelism ministry in our church, and there’s no way we would go to that. The thought of knocking on some stranger’s door and launching into the gospel seems impossible and undesirable.
Things - Butterflies - Stomach - Times - Gospel
Some of you don’t struggle with such things. That’s awesome. I’ve envied you before. But for those who like me have experienced butterflies in the stomach at times when you think about speaking the gospel to the lost, here are a few things that help me.
1. It’s a privilege to speak Christ.
Jesus - Christ - Individual - Universe - Architect
Better to think more about whom we are speaking than to whom. Jesus Christ is the most wonderful individual in the universe. He is the architect and sustainer of all space, time, and matter (Col. 1:16-17). He made everything and us. On a good day, I might be able to make a three-egg omelet without breaking it. The Lord Jesus made several hundred billion galaxies, each of which hold on average several billion stars; each of which jets through space shining, burning, and blazing. Before there was a planet to stand on, air around it to breath, a sun above it to warm, and provision upon it to sustain, the second Person of the Trinity reigned and existed in blessed perfection. Before there was a where, he was there, and before there was when, he was (John 1:1-2).
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