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Be A Witness

Different Types

Matthew 16:16
Simon Peter answered and said, “You are the Christ, the Son of the living God.”
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Sharing God’s love demands that all of us share God. It is not my purpose to discuss in any detail the different forms of witnessing, but consider the following:

Peter – was bold and confrontational – but he declared Jesus to be the Son of the Living God (Matt 16:16)

Paul – was intellectual and could present various arguments for people coming to Jesus, as on Mars Hill (Acts 17:22-34)

Dorcas – has the heart of a servant and spread the love of Jesus through her works rather than her words (Acts 9:36-43).

Andrew – was always inviting and bringing people to come to Jesus (John 1:40-43; 12:20-22).

There is a lot of overlap in these descriptions, and no one is completely one type without having the influence of another. But this simple outline provides you with a framework of putting your Christianity to work. Which are you? How do you spread your testimony about Jesus?

At the heart of all of these types of witnessing is a basic fact –

This process is the story of your life. It may be broken down into an even smaller outline as follows:

 

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