7 Keys to Celebration
In John 15:13, Jesus says, "Greater love has no one than this: to lay down one's life for one's friends." This is the ultimate example of stewardship, and it is a model that we should strive to emulate in our own lives.
Soul-winning is one of the greatest acts of stewardship that we can offer to others. When we share the gospel with someone, we are offering them the gift of eternal life and the opportunity to experience the love and grace of God.
But soul-winning is not just about sharing a message, it's about showing others the love of Christ through our actions. We must be willing to go out into the world and meet people where they are, to listen to their struggles and concerns, and to offer them hope and encouragement.
We must also be willing to walk alongside those who come to know Christ, to mentor and disciple them as they grow in their faith. This requires time, patience, and a willingness to invest in the lives of others.
Soul-winning as a service also involves stepping outside of our comfort zones and engaging with people who may be different from us. We must be willing to cross cultural, social, and economic barriers in order to share the gospel with those who need to hear it.
Ultimately, soul-winning as a service is a reflection of the love and compassion that Christ showed to us. As we go out into the world and share the message of salvation, may we do so with humility, kindness, and a deep sense of gratitude for the opportunity to serve others in this way.
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