Sermon Share the good news

Sermon Share the good news

As followers of Christ, we have been entrusted with the incredible privilege and responsibility of sharing the good news of salvation with others. In a world filled with darkness and despair, the message of hope found in Jesus Christ shines brightly as a beacon of light. 

We explore the various ways in which we can fulfill this sacred duty, drawing inspiration from the examples set forth in Scripture. Let us heed the call to share the good news with boldness, compassion, and conviction, knowing that lives are transformed when hearts encounter the gospel.

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 1: Share the Good News on an Individual Basis (Acts 8:35-39)

In Acts 8:35-39, we witness Philip sharing the gospel with the Ethiopian eunuch on an individual basis. This personal interaction led to the eunuch's conversion and baptism. Similarly, we are called to engage with individuals in our spheres of influence, sharing the gospel message with sensitivity and discernment, and leading them to a personal relationship with Christ.

 2: Invite Sinners into Our Homes to Study the Gospel (Matthew 9:9-13; Acts 10:24)

Jesus demonstrated the importance of reaching out to sinners by dining with Matthew and his friends in Matthew 9:9-13. Additionally, in Acts 10:24, Peter invited Cornelius and his household into his home to hear the gospel. These examples highlight the power of hospitality in fostering relationships and sharing the gospel in a welcoming environment.

 3: Teach Those in Error (Acts 18:24-26)

In Acts 18:24-26, we encounter Apollos, a fervent preacher of the gospel, who was instructed by Aquila and Priscilla in the way of the Lord more accurately. This example illustrates the importance of lovingly correcting and instructing those who may be in error, guiding them into a deeper understanding of God's truth and grace.

 4: Teach Family, Friends, Neighbors, and Co-Workers (Acts 8:35-39)

Philip's encounter with the Ethiopian eunuch in Acts 8:35-39 serves as a model for sharing the gospel with family, friends, neighbors, and co-workers. Just as Philip seized the opportunity to share the good news with the eunuch, we are called to be intentional in our relationships, proclaiming the gospel message with love and compassion.

 5: Be an Example to the Unbelievers (Colossians 4:5-6)

In Colossians 4:5-6, Paul exhorts believers to conduct themselves with wisdom toward outsiders, making the most of every opportunity to share the gospel. Our lives serve as a powerful testimony to the transforming power of Christ, and we are called to live in such a way that reflects His love, grace, and truth to those around us.

 6: The Gospel is the Power of God to Salvation to Those who are Lost (Romans 1:16)

Romans 1:16 declares that the gospel is the power of God to salvation for everyone who believes. This profound truth underscores the urgency and importance of proclaiming the gospel to a lost and dying world. As messengers of the gospel, we carry within us the power to bring hope, healing, and eternal life to those who are lost and in need of a Savior.

 7: Christians are the Only Messengers of the Lord to Carry the Gospel to a Lost and Dying World (2 Timothy 2:2; Hebrews 5:12-14)

In 2 Timothy 2:2 and Hebrews 5:12-14, we are reminded of our responsibility as believers to pass on the message of salvation to future generations. We are called to equip and train others to be effective ambassadors of Christ, ensuring that the gospel continues to be proclaimed throughout the ages.


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8. Open up your mouth

“Then Philip opened his mouth, and beginning from this Scripture he preached Jesus to him.” (Acts 8:35)

  • Ask, “Where do you go to church?”
  • Paul opened his eyes and saw the idols then he opened his mouth!
  • Aquilla and Pricilla listened to Apollos and then they “taught him more perfectly the word
  • “The Lord’s bond-servant must not be quarrelsome, but be kind to all, able to teach, patient when wronged.” (2 Tim. 2:24)
  • Bond-servant – that is you and me – every Christian is a bond-servant!

There are many ways in which Christians can do evangelism, but here are three common approaches:

    1. Personal evangelism: This involves one-on-one conversations with individuals about the gospel message. It could be with a friend, family member, coworker, or even a stranger. Personal evangelism involves building relationships, sharing one's own testimony, and explaining the message of salvation through Jesus Christ.

    2. Street evangelism: This involves going out into public places, such as parks, streets, or shopping areas, and sharing the gospel message with strangers. This could involve distributing tracts, engaging in conversations, or preaching through a loudspeaker.

    3. Mass media evangelism: This involves using various forms of media, such as radio, television, or the internet, to reach large audiences with the gospel message. This could include producing and broadcasting Christian programs, creating online content, or advertising events or resources for evangelism.

  • Evangelism – Young people who bring friends, friends from work, from liberal brethren.
  • Location, location, location!
  • Unlock purse strings to support evangelism.
  • Using different forms of media – radio, etc. (advertising)
  • Discipline towards those who walk disorderly – Negativism needs to cease!
  • Looking for curriculum that is more kid friendly.
  • Matthew 18:10-14 Qualifications For The Kingdom

9. Evangelism is necessary for our growth

4 I thank my God, making mention of you always in my prayers, 5 hearing of your love and faith which you have toward the Lord Jesus and toward all the saints, 6 that the sharing of your faith may become effective by the acknowledgment of every good thing which is in you in Christ Jesus. Phil 1

Our Fire Can Light The World. Evangelize: True concern for the lost

Matthew 9:36-38

36 Seeing the people, He felt compassion for them, because they were distressed and dispirited like sheep without a shepherd. 37 Then He said to His disciples, “The harvest is plentiful, but the workers are few. 38 Therefore beseech the Lord of the harvest to send out workers into His harvest.”

Evangelism is necessary for church growth for several reasons:

    1. Fulfilling the Great Commission: Jesus commanded his followers to go and make disciples of all nations (Matthew 28:19-20). Evangelism is the primary means by which the church can obey this command and reach people with the gospel message.

    2. Reaching the lost: The gospel message is the power of God for salvation (Romans 1:16), and there are many people who are lost and in need of salvation. Evangelism provides the opportunity for the church to share the good news of Jesus Christ with those who do not yet know him.

    3. Multiplying disciples: When people respond to the gospel message and become followers of Jesus, they become part of the church and can be trained and equipped to become disciple-makers themselves. This multiplication of disciples is essential for the growth and health of the church.

    4. Encouraging believers: Evangelism can also be a source of encouragement and growth for existing believers. When they see people responding to the gospel message and joining the church, it can deepen their own faith and commitment to the mission of the church.

Sermon Share the good news

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Evangelism is a key part of the church's mission to make disciples and fulfill the Great Commission. By reaching the lost, multiplying disciples, and encouraging believers, evangelism is essential for the growth and health of the church.

As we reflect on the various ways in which we can share the good news, let us be inspired to fulfill our calling as messengers of Christ to a lost and dying world. Whether through individual evangelism, hospitality, teaching, or living as examples of Christ's love, may we seize every opportunity to proclaim the gospel with boldness and compassion. Let us remember that the gospel is the power of God to salvation for all who believe, and as faithful stewards of this message, may we faithfully carry out the Great Commission until the ends of the earth.

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