Luke 21:15

For I will give you a mouth and wisdom, which all your adversaries shall not be able to gainsay nor resist.


Have you ever spoken to someone on the street about the Lord? Have you ever been stopped by a Jehovah’s Witness or a member of the Mormon congregation? Questions arise on both sides and the conversation becomes serious. It can feel a little awkward, like you are put on the spot. How do you react in situations like that?


There was a story that Brother Billy Paul Branham told during one of his testimonies that might help you. Brother Billy Paul was at his dentist one day and the dentist, after the check up, came into the room holding a Message book. Holding it up in front of him, the dentist said, “Billy, why didn’t you ever tell me this was your daddy?” Brother Billy Paul said he felt ashamed. The Dentist had been reading the books, but no one had shared the truth to him. This was Brother Billy Paul’s friend and he had never shared the truth to him. It was a lesson that he never forgot.


If you come upon a situation where you have an opportunity to witness the truth, share what God has given you as a solid vindication that He is alive and lives in you. Jesus said, “I will give you a mouth of wisdom so that no one can refute your claim.” If you share an undeniable healing that occurred in your life or to someone in your church, you are sharing the reality of God in your life. This is the most effective means of sharing the Gospel. Not just giving information, facts, and figures, but really sharing God’s reality to His people.


Don’t worry when you are confronted about what you believe, the Lord will give you exactly what you need to say. But always remember, what you possess is eternal life, never be fearful to share that truth with someone else.


56-0930E - “Witnesses”

God never sends a man, until first He has made this man a—a qualified witness. Now, in the court, before you can ever be a witness you have to either be an eye or an ear witness. You can't say, "Lord, somebody said, somebody said, somebody said." They'd throw your case out right now. They will not receive that. Any attorney knows that, that you cannot be a witness unless you have seen it yourself. Not what somebody else said. You have to see it and hear, either see or hear before you can be a witness.


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