Tozer On Christian Leadership

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Good morning Dear Friends,

Wow…this is a very thoughtful encouragement today. Much to consider and mull over.

I must say there is truth in this. I have seen some come quickly, fall away quickly and this breaks my heart.

Discipleship is key!!

We must not just lead those to Christ without follow up teaching. OK….teacher in me. 🙂

Jesus’ last encouragement to us on this earth was to teach, preach and make disciples. All three things are key!!

Mat 11:1 When Jesus had finished giving instructions to His twelve disciples, He departed from there to teach and preach in their cities. NASB

OK…my 2 cents worth. 🙂

Have a lovely day serving the Lord well,


Evangelism: Too Easily Converted

Then Jesus said to those Jews who believed Him, “If you abide in My word, you are My disciples indeed. And you shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free.”—John 8:31-32

First, we must consider the person who becomes a disciple of Christ on impulse. This is likely to be the person who came in on a wave of enthusiasm, and I am a little bit suspicious of anyone who is too easily converted. I have a feeling that if he or she can be easily converted to Christ, he or she may be very easily flipped back the other way. I am concerned about the person who just yields, who has no sales resistance at all….

Actually, I go along with the man or woman who is thoughtful enough about this decision to say truthfully: “I want a day to think this over,” or “I want a week to read the Bible and to meditate on what this decision means.”

I have never considered it a very great compliment to the Christian church that we can generate enthusiasm on such short notice. The less there is in the kettle, the quicker it begins to boil. There are some who get converted on enthusiasm and backslide on principle Faith Beyond Reason, pp. 55-57

“Lord, this is contrary to our usual thinking. We’re aware of the urgency of the hour, of the need to trust Christ before it is too late. But thank You for this perspective on serious consideration rather than flippant acquiescence. Amen.”

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