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2023 12 13

Good morning.


Sharing the gospel doesn’t have to be complicated. Have you ever noticed the length of Peter's sermon on the Day of Pentecost? It takes less than three minutes to read. Sharing the gospel doesn’t need to be complicated or lengthy, and Peter’s sermon is an example we can follow for our own testimonies.

•  Peter spoke of the “miracles, wonders and signs” that validated Jesus as the promised Messiah, and then he communicated that the Lord’s mission was to die for mankind’s sin.

• Peter made sure his listeners knew their part in the Messiah’s death but quickly gave the exciting news that Christ was alive. Many were convicted of their sin and asked what they must do. They were told to repent and be baptized in Jesus’ name. No gospel message is complete without telling people how they, too, can be saved.

• Peter relied on Holy Spirit. He knew that it is the Holy Spirit who ultimately makes the case for Christ. No matter how persuasive a man’s message is, only Holy  Spirit can change unbelieving hearts and minds.


Witnessing to others doesn’t have to be complicated. Our part is prayer, willingness  and compassion. We leave the outcome to God.


Let's go for it and bring good news just like the angels did. This time of the year people are more open than other times to hear the real message of Christmas.


Blessings.

Mike and Daphne

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