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Evangelism Taught By Jesus – Watching Jesus Share The Gospel Of Salvation

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Have you ever wished you could sit in the back of the crowd and listen to the greatest man who ever lived, Jesus Christ, and hear what He said to the lost and seeking crowds? Have you ever wondered how Jesus led someone to salvation? We have the records of Nicodemus, the woman at the well, the man at Bethesda, Zacchaeus, and so on. But, the actual method, words, gospel presentation, and so on would be fascinating wouldn’t it?
This morning we are going to do just that. We are going to hear the soul-winning methods of Jesus. How? Through the eyes and ears of those who spent time alone with Jesus. Though the hearts and minds of those who heard Him soul-winning for 3 plus years. Thus the Book of Acts is the most critical source in the universe for our views of evangelism. Acts record the first 30 years of evangelism from the lens of inspiration, on the film of God’s Word! Through the inspired words of the Gospels and Acts when we listen to the Message of Jesus captured by the Apostles of Jesus.
Where do we begin? Our text is Mark 1:38-39.
Before we read this text let me share that if Jesus left us here to do His work on earth. If Jesus saved us to share the Gospel, the Good News of Salvation. Then there are few things more exciting than to actually learn from Him our Master, His message, and the way He called men and women, boys and girls to Salvation. This is perhaps one of the most vital messages I could ever share with you as your pastor. As we start get ready with your pen, paper, and notebook. Mark God’s Word so that, again and again, you can revisit these pages and see the Message of Jesus. We are starting with Jesus going about preaching to all He could find in Galilee.
Galilee in the time of Jesus was composed of no less than 3.6 million people living in 240 towns and villages of about 15,000 each. This was what the Governor of Galilee named Josephus said, from the era of Jesus’ ministry. So into a heavily populated area, Jesus went out preaching a message to all who would hear. With Him went twelve camcorders that constantly recorded it all. They captured His words, His passion, and His method. Then He left and asked them to keep up the work of the Gospel. That is what we will see this morning, and then conclude this evening!
Please stand with me and listen to God’s Word in Mark 1:38-39
But He said to them, “Let us go into the next towns, that I may preach there also because for this purpose I have come forth.” And He was preaching in their synagogues throughout all Galilee and casting out demons.