Torrey How to Bring Men to Christ manual for witnessing to the unsaved to lead them to Christ. hints, tips, and suggestions.
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Evangelism is the duty of every Christian. Whether you share your faith a lot or a little, the Lord wants Christians to share the message of the gospel of Jesus Christ. Below are articles that can help you tell others about Jesus.
This is a 21 chapter work on evangelism which are taken from Carm.org’s site. They examine various issues in evangelism and evangelizing such as foundations, why?, the four spiritual laws, actually leading someone to Christ, Gospel tracts, and various chapters on how to witness. Continue reading
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Alleine, Joseph – Alarm to the Unconverted 1671 is work warning unbelievers. Showing what conversion is not, and correcting mistakes, what conversion is, wherein it consisteth, necessity of conversion, marks of the unconverted, miseries of the unconverted, directions for conversion, motives to conversion.
by George Cutting (1843-1934)
Mr. George Cutting is well known, even in evangelical circles, as the author of ‘Safety, Certainty and Enjoyment’ but, sadly, little personal information is available. He was born in 1843 and taken by his Lord in 1934 while living in Aldeburgh, Suffolk. In addition to many booklets and gospel tracts, he co-authored hymn 234 in the 1973 hymn book.
In this 8 chapter work by George Cutting (Brethren) he examines God’s call for us to reach the world with the Gospel. Cutting How Shall They Hear? (evangelism) Continue reading
Going In To God and Out To Men
by James McConkey
In this short 3 chapter work by McConkey, he looks at our going in to God, and then out to men. His chapters are very simply “Going in to God,” “Going out to men,” and conclusion.