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Compassion for Souls

Peter Masters

It is amazing how much detailed and practical guidance is stored in the Gospels and the Book of Acts for all who engage in personal witness and preaching. Are we aware that the Lord Jesus Christ employed distinctive strategies for different kinds of unbeliever, and these may be studied and employed? Also the Lord regularly used several 'techniques' for opening the minds of listeners. Discover in this book how to approach and reason as the Lord did with spiritually ignorant and indifferent people, or with those who are self-righteous, or self-interested, or lost in atheism. Here is an inspiration to all to study the biblical craft of personal witness. [A revised edition of Biblical Strategies for Witness.]
CONTENTS
1 Inspiring and Maintaining Personal Witness
2 God Really Does Use Instruments
3 Touching the Raw Nerve
4 Strategies for Different Kinds of Unbeliever
5 The Ignorant and Indifferent Person
6 The Self-Righteous Person
7 The Self-Interested Person
8 The Convinced Atheist
9 Prepared for Questions

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