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Argument, even when unanswerable, may provoke only opposition; but a godly example has a power that it is impossible wholly to resist” (AA 510.2).
Part 5 of this sermon series focuses on the question: "Who is my neighbor?
The heartbreaking terrorist attacks in the streets of Paris only serve as a painful reminder that we live in a broken world.
Our planet is filled with cities, and those cities are filled with hurting people who are in desperate need of a few inner city angels.
As Christians, we've never called this world our home. But how do we reach a culture that is so wholly secular, so different from what we have been called to?
How do we engage this culture without conforming to it?
" Using the familiar story of the Good Samaritan, we will study the parallels between Jesus'; audience in Jericho that day and those of us who today may still be pondering, "Who is my neighbor?
" and how will my actions reflect the principle illustrated by the unwanted, rejected Samaritan who showed mercy to his enemy.
The picture of evangelism and the gospel that unfolds in this story offer something for the followers of Jesus today.
What can we learn today from the stance taken by that old sea captain so many years ago?
As we enter into a new year, we see a world still fraught with the troubles and turmoil of the year just ended.
What do you think about when you hear the words personal evangelism?
For most people, those words carry a lot of baggage.