Why are so many unbelievers turning away from the message of the gospel? Doesn't the Bible tell us how to bring sinners to true repentance? If so, where have we missed it? The answer may surprise you. One hundred years ago, Satan buried the crucial key needed to unlock the believer's heart. Now Ray Comfort boldly breaks away from modern tradition and calls for a return to biblical evangelism. If you're experiencing evangelical frustration over lost souls, unrepentent sinners and backslidden "believers," then look no further. This radical approach could be the missing dimension needed to win our generation to Christ. Contents include: Preface; The Love, Joy, Peace Gospel; Hell's Best Kept Secret; The Jesus Technique; Pushing for Commitment; The Forgotten Key; No Anointing No Results; Fired Up; The Way of the Salesman; When and Where to Witness; Let's Buy the World Lunch; Why the Law Works; Ten Steps to Conviction; Time to Talk About Jesus; Who are the Backsliders; Success Comes in Cans; You've Got What it Takes; Appendix: Questions and Answers; suggested reading; about the author
Evangelical success is at an all-time low. Why are so many unbelievers turning away from the message of the gospel? Doesn't the Bible tell us how to bring sinners to true repentance? Using lively anecdotes from his own experiences, evangelist Ray Comfort presents the key that unlocks the door of men's souls. If you're experiencing evangelical frustration over lost souls, unrepentant sinners, and backslidden "believers," then look no further. This radical approach could be the missing dimension needed to win our generation to Christ. Discover the secret to leading others to genuine repentance, and make each moment of your life count for the kingdom of God!
Ray Comfort, a native New Zealander, began his ministry with a burden for his lost friends. After attending the funeral of a fifth friend who had died from a drug overdose, Ray published an eight page pamphlet called My Friends Are Dying. This pamphlet gained substantial publicity and was later expanded to a paperback book. As a result, Ray received many opportunities to speak to youth about the ultimate answer to the drug problem-Jesus Christ.Shortly after this, Ray began praying for an opportunity to share his faith publicly. He soon learned his hometown, Christchurch, had recently legalized public speaking in the local square. Ray began preaching the gospel outdoors, and this became the daily focus of his ministry.Ray has written more than 35 books and spoken at almost 700 churches. His ministry has included pastoring a church, hosting a Christian radio program, writing a newspaper column called Words of Comfort, and serving as a regular platform speaker at Southern Baptist State Conferences.Ray lives in Bellflower, California, with his wife, Sue, and their three children.