A Simple Way to Share Your Faith

Rhema TeamFaith, January 2023 WOF, OutreachLeave a Comment

THE WORLD’S GREATEST need today is that the lost get saved. Jesus paid the price for every man, woman, and child ever born. He did that so they could have an eternal, living relationship with God the Father through Him. We get the privilege of going out and sharing that good news with everybody. But it seems we’ve been a little unsure about how to do that.


I was born again a week after I graduated from high school. I was an atheist, and Jesus drastically changed my life. After I got saved, my friends would take me out on the street to witness, and I hated it. It’s not that I didn’t want to see people saved; it’s just that I didn’t know how to do it. I was so horrible at it. Now today, because of all my travel experiences, it’s not as hard for me to tell somebody about Jesus. I’ve followed these four steps I’m going to share with you. I believe that every believer can use these to share the Gospel and meet the world’s greatest need.


The first thing we can do is tell people, “Jesus changed my life, and He’ll change yours.” He did, didn’t He? That shouldn’t be too hard for us to say. What happens if they reject you? Don’t worry about it. Some will. Some won’t. We just have to be willing to share.

Jesus paid the price for every man, woman, and child ever born. The first thing we can do is tell people “Jesus changed my life and He’ll change yours.”


The second thing we can do, if they give us an opportunity, is share a very short and relevant part of our testimony. You might have 30 seconds to share how God healed you, how He forgave you, His mercy, His love—whatever is relevant for the moment. Don’t worry about the scripture you’re going to quote. They don’t know any scriptures. If you misquote them, it’ll still be OK. You don’t have to quote everything perfectly to share the Gospel.


If they give you a little more time, be willing to demonstrate the resurrection to them. Mark 16:18 says believers will lay hands on the sick, and they shall recover. So you just ask, “Are you hurting in any part of your body? Do you mind if I pray for you?” If they say it’s OK, you don’t have to pray long. You can just say, “In Jesus’ Name, be healed.”


If they give you a little bit more time, then number four—close the deal. Invite them to pray with you to receive Christ into their heart. You will be amazed how many people will do it.

God wants us to reach our generation. If you can find another way that works for you, use that. But otherwise, practice this one when you meet people. All believers can say that Jesus changed their lives and that’s what He wants to do with everyone else.

[Editor’s Note: John Grunewald is Rhema international director for Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. This article was previously printed in the December 2013 issue of The Word of Faith.]



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