Not just for his sake, but for the sake of everyone, we need to pray that God's Word is always taught as the Truth that it is, without adding to or taking away.Amen, brother. Keep on preaching because there are listeners!
I talked with our sister Anita last night. She had a visit from a Jehovah's Witness, and the young woman was unable to answer Anita's questions. Anita invited her to engage in an ongoing Bible study to discuss the questions, and the young woman agreed only if she could bring a man from her church with her. I spent last night giving Anita the history and the Biblical passages that JWs usually cannot answer. I recommended she invite them to use their Bibles so they couldn't claim mistranslation on Anita's Bible (I also gave Anita the history of the JW Bible translator, under oath in a court case, admitting he did not know Hebrew or Greek). Please keep Anita in prayer as she shares the love of God and the truth of scripture with the people who decide to join her in study. Speak the truth in love!
They are prepared to have he door slammed on them, or to be yelled at, but not to be loved on and prayed for in Jesus' Name. It blows their comfort zone.Interesting. And the strategy I would think the Lord would prefer us to take.
http://hotm.tv/shows/aretheychristiGood link, Greg. Thanks again! I plan to watch all of those videos. Not so long ago I had some Mormons attempt to draw me into their church. I thank God for Biblical truth which is ultimately what stood between me and them. The truth will set you free indeed.