5 Obstacles sa magbahagi ng Ebanghelyo ni Doug Murren

Lahat ng bagay na may sa gawin sa mga komunikasyon ay tumatakbo sa ilang mga hadlang. Ang pagdadala ng isang mensahe ng pag-asa ay maaaring kahit na magkaroon ng mga hadlang dapat itong harapin. Kapag sinusubukang i-siko isang tao sa Jesus 'arm mayroong limang obstacles upang magbahagi ng Ebanghelyo dapat mong magkaroon ng kamalayan ng.

Isa: Ano ang mga pagpipilian ko ay sumuko?

People are smart they know in reality nothing is free. And following Christ does have some requisites and we all know it. The gift of faith via prevenient grace is one. The willingness to repent is another. And the beginning of the experience of total surrender is another. Turning salvation into a quick prayer just isn’t honest.

You need to be honest and make part of your message a clear indicator of what options you give up when you receive Christ. And what new options you gain.

Kung maaari mong makuha ang iyong mga kaibigan lampas ito sa pagsasaalang-alang mo nawala kasama ang paraan patungo sa paggawa ng ilang tunay nudging.

Dalawa: Am I making a mistake?

Believe it or not one of the chief fears of people is that they may be making a mistake. People have an aversion to being wrong. People have to be convinced that they are making a credible step or they will resist your message.

Alam mo sapat na upang hadlangan ang malaking takot kaaway ay gumagamit ng? Let’s face it a personal experience of your own can be very authoritative and genuine. Be ready to help a friend know that they are not making a mistake. Show that the greater mistake is to not receive the message.

Tatlo: Peer Pressure

Ang susunod na tanong na kailangan mo upang gumana sa pamamagitan ng ay, kung ano ang na ito gastos ako relationally?

This is a big one. In our community we have a strong Mormon presence. And we have many converts from Mormonism in our church. Their step toward the Gospel was a costly one for most.

People do decide to change or not change partly based on how will their friends think about there choice. It helps to address this hurdle when nudging. How you go about that will depend upon the person and their circumstances. I like to reference this issue when I am speaking publicly about the need for Christ in my friend’s lives.

Apat: Am I going to look foolish?

I think this fear is a predominate one in people’s lives. No one wants to look like a nut case. It is essential that we uphold the wisdom of a decision for Christ. I like to recount great leaders who have been Christians when I present the Gospel to a friend.

I like supporting deal with the foolishness of not deciding for Christ when I have someone’s ear. Churches should have an environment that makes sense for this reason. People are already afraid of looking foolish and if we confirm it to them we lose.

Lima: Is it going to cost me too much?

Everyone has a threshold as to what life currency he or she is willing to spend. I like to make people aware of that fact that God was not cost adverse when He gave His only Son for us.

We shouldn’t try and make it too easy for people or we will have faulty conversions. A quick easy careful prayer just isn’t receiving Christ. I must pause and surrender fully to Him and His vision for me not my own. It cost everything to be a true follower of Christ and we should address this.