Sharing Gets People Saved
Most Christians believe they’re sharing their faith by simply being good people. But the world’s filled with good people, living good lives, who have no relationship with Jesus Christ. In fact, it’s not unusual to find unsaved people being more kind, generous and good than most church attenders. Being good, in itself, does not get you or anyone else saved.
Your actions don’t speak louder than your words, but they should speak before your words. If your actions don’t match your words, your words have no power. Living good lives is critically important, but not all-important. The sharing of your faith gets people saved. Being a good person sets the stage for being a good faith sharer.