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Been Ashamed Of The Gospel

Have you ever been ashamed of the Gospel?

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 ---mike8384 on 1/31/07
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Never, I am extremely honored to be Christian, and there is no other name under heaven nor greater honor afforded to man than to be a real Christian named after Christ's own name. And if any clay tries to censor my free speech, I am known to increase the decibels and the heat and by their own pressure against me forces me to evangelize and propagate even moreso to all areas everywhere exposing all to the gospel without any sparing or withholding until all hear.
---Eloy on 2/24/08


Never, I am extremely honored to be Christian, and there is no other name under heaven nor greater honor afforded to man than to be a real Christian named after Christ's own name. And if any clay tries to censor my free speech, I am known to increase the decibels and the heat, and by their own pressure against me forces me to evangelize and propagate even moreso to all areas everywhere exposing all to the gospel without any sparing or withholding until all hear.
---Eloy on 2/24/08


I'm not tooo sure what this question means.

There's a right and a wrong time to share your faith, however.
---Jack on 2/24/08


It is written that we should be ready when the opportunity occurs.
---JIM on 7/25/07


No.

Relatives are ashamed of me because of the Gospel.

I am not ashamed.
---Rachel on 7/25/07




My husband has actually walked up to people who were drinking and told them about Jesus. Some of them were backslidden Christians and some didn't know about the Lord. We have also prayed for people as they were being loaded into ambulances. But, yes, Jack, I get your point. Just don't tell my husband. If he were given the chance to stand up in a business meeting at work and witness, he would!
---Susie on 2/2/07


** "There's a right and a wrong time to share your faith"

I can't imagine anytime that isn't right to share Jesus.**

Standing up in a business meeting at work to preach would be a definite wrong time.

Running ahead of the Holy Spirit would be a wrong time.

Walking up to an EMT crew busy saving lives would be a wrong time.

Shall I continue?

Do you get the point, or shall I put my answer in more concrete terms?
---Jack on 2/1/07


OK, walk into a bar full of men drinking and yell: "My brethren, I want to talk to you about Jesus".

If you do, make sure you're wearing a hard hat because the chances are they'll throw their beer bottles at you.

There is THE time which is governed by prudence.
---Caring on 2/1/07


"There's a right and a wrong time to share your faith"

I can't imagine anytime that isn't right to share Jesus.
---Susie on 2/1/07


I am not ashamed of the gospel. But, I do find myself quite often, trying to second guess God. He is helping me with this. Is He or ISN'T HE.
---CATHERINE on 2/1/07




Do you mean ashamed of the gospel or being afraid at a particular moment to share the gospel? Many people are sometimes timid of sharing their faith but there are ways to overcome this.
---Caree3694 on 2/1/07


When you feel ashamed of the Gospel, consider the following;

MATTHEW 10:32&33
"Whoever acknowledges me before men, I will also acknowledge him before my Father in heaven.
But whoever disowns me before men, I will disown him before my Father in heaven."

Glory for ever and ever to our GOD!
---DePuTy on 1/31/07


mike, I don,t know if you are a christian or even know of jesus and his gospel,but if you are then you know the answer. ashamed I SHOULD SAY NOT. never has or even will be a man like jesus ,why because he is GOD.ashamed of LOVE? of his holyness,his glory. he died for the world ,who should be ashamed?
---tom2 on 1/31/07


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