Sermon called to evangelize

Sermon called to evangelize

1. Why evangelize?

Christians evangelize because they believe that Jesus Christ commanded them to do so in the Bible. In the book of Matthew, for example, Jesus gives the Great Commission to his disciples, saying, "Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit" (Matthew 28:19). The evangelism is a way of sharing the good news of Jesus Christ with others and helping them to come to know and follow him.

Evangelism is also seen as a way of fulfilling the mission of the church, which is to spread the gospel message throughout the world. God desires all people to be saved and come to a knowledge of the truth (1 Timothy 2:4), and that evangelism is one of the means by which this can be accomplished.

Evangelize out of love and compassion for others. The message of Jesus Christ has the power to transform lives and bring hope, healing, and salvation to people who are lost or struggling. By sharing the gospel with others, seek to offer them the opportunity to experience the same grace and forgiveness that they have received through faith in Christ.


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2. Called to evangelize: The methods and strategies

The methods and strategies that a church uses for evangelism will depend on its particular context, culture, and resources. However, here are some principles that can guide a church's approach to evangelism:
    1. Prayer: Evangelism should be grounded in prayer, both individually and corporately. Before engaging in any evangelistic activities, a church should seek the guidance of the Holy Spirit and pray for the hearts and minds of those they hope to reach.
    2. Relationship-building: Evangelism should be about building relationships with people, not just about sharing a message. A church should seek to engage with the community around them, serve their needs, and build trust and credibility.
    3. Contextualization: Evangelism should be contextualized to the specific culture and context in which the church is situated. This means adapting the message and methods to the language, customs, and values of the people being reached.
    4. Biblical foundation: Evangelism should be grounded in a biblical understanding of the gospel message. A church should teach and preach the full counsel of God, emphasizing the centrality of Jesus Christ and his death and resurrection for the forgiveness of sins.
    5. Creativity and flexibility: Evangelism should be creative and flexible, adapting to changing circumstances and exploring new opportunities for outreach. A church should be willing to try new approaches and take risks in order to reach people with the gospel.
    6. Follow-up and discipleship: Evangelism is not just about making converts, but about making disciples. A church should have a plan in place for following up with new believers, helping them to grow in their faith, and integrating them into the life of the church.

  • The Soul of the Inward Man is Worth More than All the World Matt. 16:25-26
  • The Soul is of Divine Origin Heb. 12:9
  • It’s Value can be Seen in what God has Done to Bring About its Salvation Jn. 3:16
  • Ever Christian Should Realize The Value of a Soul
  • Taught People Daily Acts 5:42-45; 20:20
  • Jerusalem Christians Went Everywhere Preaching the Gospel Acts 4:8
  • Taught Those in Error Acts 18:24-26
  • Taught Individuals Acts 8:35-39
  • Entire World Heard the Gospel Col. 1:23

3. How to do personal evangelism? 

Personal evangelism involves building relationships with individuals and sharing the gospel message with them in a one-on-one setting. Here are some steps and Bible verses that can guide personal evangelism:

    1. Pray: Begin by praying for the person you want to share the gospel with and for the guidance of the Holy Spirit in your conversation (Ephesians 6:18-19).

    2. Build a relationship: Take the time to get to know the person, listen to their story, and show genuine care and compassion for them (1 Corinthians 9:22-23).

    3. Share your testimony: Share how Jesus Christ has made a difference in your own life and explain what it means to have a personal relationship with him (Acts 22:3-16).

    4. Explain the gospel: Use simple and clear language to explain the message of salvation through faith in Jesus Christ, emphasizing his death and resurrection and the need for repentance and faith (Romans 1:16; 1 Corinthians 15:3-4).

    5. Invite a response: Give the person an opportunity to respond to the gospel message by asking if they are interested in placing their faith in Jesus Christ (John 1:12-13; Revelation 3:20).

    6. Follow up: If the person expresses interest, follow up with them, answer their questions, and encourage them in their faith journey (2 Timothy 2:2).

Remember that personal evangelism should be done with love, respect, and sensitivity to the other person's beliefs and feelings. As 1 Peter 3:15-16 says, "But in your hearts honor Christ the Lord as holy, always being prepared to make a defense to anyone who asks you for a reason for the hope that is in you; yet do it with gentleness and respect, having a good conscience."

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I am very proud of the first century Christians. Despite persecution, they went out and taught the world. Acts 8:1-4. 

During one generation the whole world was taught the Gospel. (Col. 1:23, “…gospel that you have heard, which was proclaimed in all creation under heaven…”

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