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How to Gospel to the Person Interested to Learn More?

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Today’s questions are:

*Hell and Heaven and hell?

*Rejection?

*How to gospel to the person who is interested to learn more about God? 

This is a great question. Heaven and hell are states of conditions, but they are also actual domains in the Father’s kingdoms. We have a previous post that speaks on the nature of there being three heavens. As it pertains to hell, we associate hell with being in the ground because that’s where we bury people.

The Most-High God has many realms, corridors, and hallways, invisible and visible in just His vast earth. Nevertheless burying someone in the ground is a modern-day tradition. Jesus Christ, for example, was never buried in the ground as we traditionally do it today.

He was put in a tomb.  Much like Lazarus, so when the scripture says (about Him) ‘do not leave my soul in hell‘ that was to say, “do not leave me in the decaying state and condition.” This wasn’t necessarily pointing to the decomposing nature of a corpse.

State of Hell

In all reality, from the moment we are born, we begin the decomposing and decaying process (just look at a toddler or teen compared to someone who has been blessed with 115 years). It’s like a fresh apple compared to one sitting on the table for three months… well you get the picture.

Thus, Christ was in a different state of hell; He went to preach to the spirits that were rebellious and He took upon them all their burden. This is a state of hell. 

Dealing with Rejection

When it comes to the question of rejection, the best way to handle rejection (if that is the nature of this question), is to accept that everyone has the free agency to choose what they want. Therefore, if they do not want your soft-baked cookies, your designer shirts, or your wonderful album or book you wrote, this can be hard to deal with.

It can come to be something more serious, a parent abandoning a young child, a wife rejecting a husband, and vice versa. It can even if they simply say nasty words about your blog post, they have that free agency. This means the best way to deal with rejection is to accept it as their decision that will make them happy.

They may be wrong in their decision or in the midst of cloudy judgment that you can appeal to their reasoning. However, once they have gotten married to someone or something else, accept it as their free choice. You should also KNOW the Father has something else for you, either now or later.

How Did God Deal with Rejection

Remember, God’s own people rejected and reject Him many times and His prophets. He consoled Samuel the prophet with these words:

And the LORD said unto Samuel, Hearken unto the voice of the people in all that they say unto thee: for they have not rejected thee, but they have rejected me, that I should not reign over them (1 Samuel 8:7). If the Most-High can stomach a decision made by His children against Him, we can certainly learn to deal with rejection the same way.

Sharing the Gospel

Lastly, how do you gospel the person who is interested to learn more? This is simple, you give them the Bible or the books. You tell them to read the book; then have them to share their thoughts and questions with you (especially if you are abled and learned Holy Spirit-filled servant of God).

To share the gospel is a unique gift one must receive from the Almighty. You know if you have the unique gift (besides others saying so of you), if you know you love talking about the gospel and are zealous for the word of God, it may be your calling.

Nevertheless, you must be careful that your emotions are under control and your ability to communicate is very good. You must be patient with everyone because each person has varying degrees of knowledge and scriptural background.

Line Upon Line

The best way to go about it, in my experience, would be to do as Christ did. Read Matthew 5, 6, and 7 to them and substantiate that with the rest of the scriptures (precept upon precept). The Bible is about history, prophecy, and principles you need for acceptance of the Salvation plan of the Eternal Father, which will lead you to Christ’s Order, which is the Holy Order. 

I pray this has been edifying in the name of the Son of God.

Elder Ishe / Brthr Nhmyh

BibleStudyMinistry.com

What Bible Study topic, subject, or chapter would you like to learn in more detail? We are opening those again now that the Father is once again, sending His Spirit to gather His saints once again for the last time; we feel the need to address questions.

Many of the questions are not asked clearly. However, we’ll do our best to answer them as well as we can.


Leave a comment and share with others who may have had this question looming in their mind. We are nearing the end of the half of times… REPENT and be baptized in the name of Jesus! 

 

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