I Want to Witness, But What Do I Say?
A New Book Release – by Susan Nazarewicz
Jesus is coming soon! We must win the lost – before it’s too late. Sometimes the hardest part about witnessing is – just getting started. Sometimes you get tongue tied and blank out. This is a huge problem because if a Christian does not know how to transition or segue a conversation onto the Gospel track, then they will not be witnessing at all and many will not hear the truth and go to hell for all eternity.
This book is a wonderful solution because it has over 400 easy to use “object evangelism icebreakers” that help you transition or segue conversations onto the Gospel to get started witnessing to the lost. Jesus taught using objects in his environment many times in Matthew 13 using parables. After you say the evangelism icebreaker, you listen to what they say in response and then be led by the spirit in what you say next. It is a “no fail” way to witness to the lost because, even if they do not accept Jesus as their Savior at that moment, the object is still there to continue to remind them of what you said long after you are gone.
Many Christians just wait to share the Gospel until Christmas or Easter. That is too late because so many young people are killed instantly though car wrecks, drug overdoses or drive by shootings, etc. This book will stir your compassion and give you the needed courage to witness to the lost wherever you go. After you say the icebreaker, the chapter “Truth to Say to 13 False Religions” will help you witness even more to:
- Atheists & Evolutionists
- Jehovah Witnesses
- Jewish people
- New Agers
- Unitarian & Universalists
- Homosexuals and Lesbians.
There is also a chapter called Prophetic Evangelism that teaches you how to witness using a word of knowledge that God gives you to deliver a prophetic word to witness to the lost. Finally,there are several testimonies that show you, “Yes, it works!” We are in the last days. This is a must-buy book! It is over 340 pages and it is only $12.50. To buy the book: I Want to Witness, But What Do I Say?