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Jim at Growing Faith June 10, 2015 at 9:50 am

Andrew is a great example for all of us. Thank you for bringing him to our attention.

I am always a bit torn about going in to the world to bring people to Christ. As a former non-believer, I remember not having fond thoughts of evangelists.

However, what if you are there right at the moment when they are called to become a believer? That would be awesome!

I use a less invasive form of evangelism. I wear a wooden cross as an outward symbol to people about my beliefs. I then live my life as best as I can, as a Christ follower. I hope that through my actions and/or words, someone will ask me about my beliefs. Then I will have a chance to tell them the Good News.

So far, no success. But I have not been at it for too long.

As a silent witness, I also hope to plant some seeds by my actions or words, even if I don’t see them sprout.

Thank you for teaching us about Andrew!

Jack Wellman June 10, 2015 at 10:15 am

I know what you are saying my brother. For so many years I was living the “great omission” rather than the Great Commission and I pray for the Spirit to prompt when to and when not to say something about people’s need for Christ. I err on the side of saying something because for so long it nothing at all and I also pray for divine appointments and He has never disappointed me in this. Andrew is my oldest (now grown) son’s name and I love him dearly and now for you too my brother Jim. I see you have a tender heart and a humble spirit for which the world is in dire need of, besides we could use a few more Barnabas’ types like you.

Preston Gravely November 25, 2017 at 7:38 pm

It has been my hope and prayer that the Lord has been satisfied with the way I have been telling others about Him, mainly by means of things I do often. Over the past couple years I have been carrying a hiking stick in the shape of a serpent, and carved a human foot on top for my grip. Other hikers who express interest in it ask me about it, and I tell them its meaning..the promise recalled by Paul in his epistle to the Romans, the 16th chapter, 20th verse. I have never been what one would call a door to door presenter of the gospel.

Raymond Adegboyega June 16, 2019 at 2:14 am

Thanks for the revealtion,GOD bless you.

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