Friday, November 2, 2018

A Basic List Of Questions To Use In Evangelism

  • Introduction:
          -How can we as Christians go about with presenting the gospel to the lost world? Each witnessing encounter will vary. One way to participate in evangelism ministry is to lovingly pose questions. Different questions exist for different circumstances, depending on the audience. Good questions are thought-provoking, challenge conventional ideas, and can generate other good questions. Posing questions can create opportunities to present the gospel.
  • Some General Questions:
          -"Where do you see yourself in 10 years?"
          -"What do you think happens after death? Do you think that there is life beyond the grave?"
          -"How do you get right with God?"
          -"Who is Jesus to you?"
          -"What do you think that is Jesus doing now?"
             ^According to Scripture, Jesus is holding the universe together (John 1; Colossians 1; Hebrews 1), He is sitting at the right hand of the Father (Romans 8:34; Ephesians 1:20), He intercedes on behalf of Christians (Hebrews 7:25), He is the mediator of the New Covenant (1 Timothy 2:5-6), He is working among believers (2 Corinthians 13:3), and will be returning (Titus 2:13).
          -"Where did we come from"? (who made us?)
          -"Who are we -- why is life sacred?" (value or purpose of life)
          -"What has gone wrong with the world?"
          -"What can we do to fix it?"
  • Questions To Ask During Discussions:
          -"What do you mean by that?"
          -"How did you come to the conclusion?" (or "Why do you think that?")
          -"How do you know that's true?"
          -"Have you considered...?"
          -"Is there an objective evil? Where did it come from--what is its source?"
          -"Where did human conscience come from?"
          -"What would it mean to you if what you believe is true?" "Is not true?"
          -"Do you believe that what you believe is really true?"
          -"How did you reach the verdict that I am wrong?"
          -"If God asks you why He should let you into His kingdom, how would you answer?"
          -"What kind of person do you have to be for God to accept you?"
          -"Since you don't have access to ALL knowledge, is it possible that God exists outside your sphere of knowledge?"
          -"If God is discovered, would that make your life better or worse? How would it change your life?"

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