A song from my favorite group, Casting Crowns, says that when you are sharing the gospel with someone not to strap yourself to it. What? I take it to mean if you are an unbeliever and a christian comes up to you and says you need to come to Christ, you are more likely to do that than if a christian comes up to you and says you need to come to Christ and a ton of other things that you will have to stop. They will think it is to hard to live for God. In other words, tell someone about the Bible, but don't add your denomination, translation of the Bible, the clothes you wear, and so on.



Anonymous March 5, 2008 at 10:19 PM  

Yes, but when we share the gospel, we SHOULD tell them that they are sinners, or what they do is bad. Because people will not want a Savior if they "don't need one."
If you aren't in sin, you don't need a Savior, right? No, we're all sinners! So we need them to know that. I know you know this, but just wanted to say it:)

Life Savior March 6, 2008 at 8:10 PM  

Your right.



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