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Tynesha February 19, 2015 at 3:53 pm

This was wonderful! Thank you!

Dr. Michael Williams February 20, 2015 at 11:27 pm

Praise God Tynesha. Blessings

DocReits February 20, 2015 at 7:00 pm

Appreciate the message Dr. Williams,

I love Ray Comfort’s street preaching method, when confronted by those who claim they cannot believe in a god they cannot see.

Ray asks them to look at a building across the street. He asks them if they can see the builder? When the answer is “no”, he continues and asks them if they believe there was a builder. The answer is inevitably, “yes”.

He then asks, “How can you believe in a builder of a mere building before you, and not God, who built a much more complex structure, in the form of the universe, which you see all around you?”

The silence that usually follows is deafening…

I challenge your readers to watch Ray Comfort on Youtube as he open air preaches. Focus especially on his methods to awaken sinners to their position before The Righteous Judge. This has helped me immensely…



Jack Wellman February 20, 2015 at 9:15 pm

Say Doc, you are so right about Ray Comfort who uses the best and most biblical model for reaching the lost called Hells Best Kept Secret. Another thought is that the creation itself seems to declare and reveal that there is a Creator (Psalm 19:1). God’s power and His divine nature seem to demand it (Rom 1:20) so that it should be very plain to them (Rom 1:19). The creation in essence speaks about their Creator (Psalm 19:2-3) so I really believe, deep down, that they must look at the heavens and the earth and think about where everything came from. The creation is the effect and God is the cause. Aristotle didn’t believe in a personal God but he did call Him the “unmoved mover” because something must have made things go into motion so some force had to have acted upon and create matter in the first place. Even Sir Isaac Newton in his laws of motion, particularly in the First Law, reasoned that an object either remains at rest or continues to move at a constant velocity, unless acted upon by an external force. That force must have been God Himself, the first cause.

Dr. Michael Williams February 20, 2015 at 11:24 pm

Amen to you both. Ray Comfort demonstrates how we must always be ready to give an answer for the hope that lives within us. We must take the logic of God’s Word and explain it in ways that make sense. When people see the common sense of what the Bible teaches, it makes sense to them and tills the earth of their hearts to plant the seeds of truth.

Jack Wellman February 21, 2015 at 1:03 am

Clicked “Like” if on Facebook to your comment sir! Amen…hard words soften hearts whereby soft words harden hearts!

Glenn July 31, 2016 at 3:38 am

Hello and thanks for this awesome insight pastors

I was wanting to know if you could explain to me from this message how do you know Gods will for your life, where he wants you, or what his purpose is for you. There are times I sense such a push in the Holy Spirit atleast it seems and is almost undeniable that it’s God, but at the same time how can I distinguish wether it’s God or my own motives. This always seems to confuse me and then there are times when it seems I’m pushing Gods word through my own intentions, I don’t wanna come off as a false prophet or boast by any means.

Also there are times I get excited to spread the good news, but when I’m in the midst of people I close up because of my social anxiety and PTSD , I then get overwhelmed and nervous about how to approach someone. Before I go out I have been asking the Holy Spirit to guide me and prepare hearts to receive while putting on the Armor of God to protect against the enemy, but once I step out I start to doubt and get nervous, how can I get past this and have courage in the Holy Spirit to overcome this fleshy weakness. It really bothers me cause I constantly feel compelled to share the Gospel through my walk, there are times I feel like even just throwing myself out there on Faith without worries and just speak Jesus even if I stumble my words. I certainly have the love and heart for it but it’s my words and actions that trip me up or make me unconfident. The only other avenue I have to spread the Good news is through my artwork and creativity which I have done, but I’m not sure if I was spiritually drawn to do it or it came by my own desire even after praying. Plus I don’t know if it reaches others accept fellow believers, but isn’t it just about planting a seed and letting God work.

Anyways sorry for the length and Thanks in advance for any enlightenment, scriptures ect. what ever you can offer would be greatly appreciated. I continue and strive to get deeply rooted into the word and seek the Kingdom of God diligently more so recently then ever ,I’m gonna look up Ray Comfort too

God Bless this site

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