Power of Confrontational Evangelism sermon video. A person with a primary confrontational style of evangelism experiences something coming up inside of them and that something will quickly come out their mouth. They can’t seem to help it. It is a boldness that boils up from their spirit. It’s their power. The confrontational evangelism style is the boldest of all the styles.

Power of Confrontational Evangelism sermon video

Power of Confrontational Evangelism sermon video

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Power of Confrontational Evangelism sermon video

Scriptures: Matthew 28:19-20, Acts 1:8, Acts 2:1-14, Acts 2:20, Acts
2:40, Acts 2:32-33, Acts 2:38-39, Acts 2:41

Today we are going to look at the Confrontational evangelism style. Knocking on doors and telling complete strangers that unless they receive Jesus, they are going to hell is uncomfortable for the majority of us. However, there are people that do this and love doing it. It is their power given by the Holy Spirit. Actually, they don’t understand why the rest of us don’t do it.

The confrontational style is the style that most of us think of when we think of evangelism. It has its place and the remainder of us need to utilize this style more often, but it is no more important than the other styles. It’s been said that the person that operates in this confrontational style has the gift of the evangelist. That is not an accurate statement. A true evangelist, such as Philip (Act 21:8), will utilize every style situationally. Philip could be confrontational (Act 8:5-7), but he could also be intellectual (Act 8:30). He could be relational (Act 8:13; 21:8), but he could also be invitational (Act 8:12). A person with a high evangelistic gifting will operate in all styles. As with Jesus, the situation determines the style. We become all things to all men (1Co 9:22). (continue sermon notes)

 

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