This lesson is on our new website This Is Life Eternal which has a link to NEW LIFE LESSONS at New Life Lessons.  When you use the Automated Church Prospecting System with the PRAYER REQUEST message, you can do as this lesson teaches, have your people begin to pray for those who ask for prayer.  If they are unsaved, you can beg God for their soul and then when the opportunity comes, win them to Christ.  Soul-winning will never be the same.  We recommend that churches run the PRAYER REQUEST  message daily and answer live using only 50 lines so it is easier to answer if there are multiple requests.  For more information contact David Williams at the number he has provided to you.

LEADING MEN TO CHRIST

Scripture Reading: Rom. 1:16; 10:14; 1 Tim. 2:1, 4; Mark 16:15

For I am not ashamed of the gospel of Christ: for it is the power of God unto salvation to every one that believeth; to the Jew first, and also to the Greek. (Romans 1:16)

How then shall they call on him in whom they have not believed? and how shall they believe in him of whom they have not heard? and how shall they hear without a preacher? (Romans 10:14)

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Paralytic Man HealedFAITH IS FULL OF INVENTIONS!

I  was calling preachers last week about AUTOMATED CHURCH PROSPECTING and got some very strange answers.  One man said his church had decided to go a different way.  Another said someone in his church, an elderly woman, thought that people would be offended at phone calls coming to their home about anything having to do with the church.  I got to thinking about some of the excuses and compared that with those pastors who have had success with our system and I began to think about what does it take to stop someone from winning all the people that they can in their city.  I have preachers say that they need to ask the deacons.  Others want to vote on it at the business meeting.  Others say that they don’t want to offend anyone in the neighborhood.  So I thought I would ask some questions myself and you tell me if you would consult the deacons, the business meeting, or if you think someone would be offended.

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SelfExaminationSelf-examination consists in looking at your lives, in considering your actions, in calling up the past, and learning its true character. Look back over your past history. Take up your individual sins one by one, and look at them. I do not mean that you should just cast a glance at your past life, and see that it has been full of sins, and then go to God and make a sort of general confession, and ask for pardon. That is not the way. You must take them up one by one. It will be a good thing to take a pen and paper, as you go over them, and write them down as they occur to you. Go over them as carefully as a merchant goes over his books; and as often as a sin comes before your memory, add it to the list. General confessions of sin will never do. Your sins were committed one by one; and as far as you can come at them, they ought to be reviewed and repented of one by one. Now begin, and take up first what are commonly, but improperly, called Sins of Omission. (Are you omitting the one thing that could bring revival to your church, AUTOMATED CHURCH PROSPECTING?)

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