Sermons

Summary: Part four of a five-part worship series "Guide in Prayer"

  Study Tools

How to Lead a Soul to Christ Part 4

“Elijah was a human being, even as we are. He prayed earnestly that it would not rain,

and it did not rain on the land for three and a half years. 18 Again he prayed, and the heavens gave rain,

and the earth produced its crops. 19 My brothers and sisters, if one of you should wander from the truth

and someone should bring that person back, 20 remember this: Whoever turns a sinner from the error of their way will save them from death and cover over a multitude of sins.” James 5:17-20

Intro: We are now on week four in the worship series called “How to Lead a Soul to Christ.”

I am teaching on five simple steps to learn and use

when talking to someone about becoming a Christian.

The first one was: “Show The Need For Salvation?”

Most people believe they are a good moral person.

But even good moral people must have a relationship with Jesus Christ to enter the Kingdom of Heaven.

The second step was “Share the Gospel.”

The harvest is ripe.

We have to find a balance between timid and pushy to start a spiritual conversation.

The third step was “Proclaim Forgiveness.”

Forgiveness of sin is something that only God can do…, through Jesus and the work of the Holy Spirit.

because of the Resurrection we can proclaim forgiveness as a free gift for those who will accept it.

It is job of every believer, every professing church member,

It is the duty of every Christian

to be able to lead a soul…,

thru the process of understanding how available and simple it is to be forgiven of sin.

Today we are going to talk about step four “How to Lead a Soul to Christ”

IV. Guide in Prayer

You might think that this step is the one step in Leading a Soul to Christ that you already know how to do.

I say from my own personal experience of evangelism…,

that it is step…, that most Christians can get to…, but they never use.

Because there are many times that we actually get to this place in a conversation

Many times that we have talked to someone

But we rarely recognize and actually grab the handle

and actually invite a response…, to your conversation.

Having a spiritual conversation…, and not inviting a response of some kind…., is like:

Telling a person you are going to bake their favorite pie.

Baking the pie and bringing it out of the oven.

But then not asking them if they would like a piece to eat.

The invitations to prayer wraps up the conversation.

So I am going to give you scenario:

I want you to open your imagination and walk with me.

You are getting ready to go for a walk in your neighborhood.

Just as you are starting out…, you hear the voice of God

God says instead of going your normal route.

I want you to walk one street over.

Stop and think about: “What are you first thoughts?”

You might first think: This is stupid. Why should I go a different direction?

I have been walking this same way all the time.

Why should I change what I have been doing?

Second you might think: Is this really God talking to me?

Am I just hearing voices in my head?

Am I going crazy?

One thing that will keep you from hearing the voice of God is your own unbelief.


Browse All Media

Related Media


A Lamp On A Stand
SermonCentral
PowerPoint Template
Always Ready
SermonCentral
PowerPoint Template
Talk about it...

Nobody has commented yet. Be the first!

Join the discussion