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A Soul Winner's Mind

One of the keys to victorious Christian living is to see yourself the way God sees you. If you see yourself as fearful, weak, and defeated, your words and actions will line up with your thoughts.

Seeing yourself as a successful soul winner is no exception. But how is that accomplished? By finding out what God’s Word says about being a soul winner, meditating on it, and making it your declaration, instead of what the devil is whispering in your ear.

Here is a partial list of what God has to say about you as a soul winner. Take the time to renew your mind with these Scriptures. Your mind is the battlefield, and the battle we are fighting for is souls.

Proverbs 11:30 Wise men win souls

Proverbs 24:11 Rescue the perishing

Ezekiel 3:18-21 Warn the wicked

Daniel 12:3 Soul winners shine like stars

Matthew 4:19 Fishers of men

Matthew 5:13 Salt of the earth

Matthew 5:14 The Light of world

Matthew 5:15 Don’t cover your light

Matthew 10:27 Proclaim it from housetops

Matthew 10:32 Confess Jesus before men

Matthew 22:9 Go invite anyone you find

Matthew 28:19 Go make disciples

Luke 10:2 Harvest plentiful; Laborers few

Luke 14:23 Compel them to come in

John 20:21 Jesus sends us into the world

John 15:27 You must testify

Acts 1:8 You shall be witnesses

Acts 26:17,18 Turn them from darkness to light

Luke 15:4 Leave the 99; Go for the lost one

Luke 24:47 Preach to all nations

II Corinthians 2:14 God’s knowledge spread through us

II Corinthians 5:11 We persuade men

II Corinthians 5:18 Ministers of reconciliation

II Corinthians 5:20 Ambassadors for Christ

Colossians 4:5 Make the most of every opportunity

II Timothy 4:12 Always be ready to preach

James 5:19 Turn them from error and death

I Peter 2:9 Priest proclaiming Jesus

Jude 23 Snatch them from the fire

Soul Winning Quote of the Month

“Evangelism is the only reason why time marches on.”

Author Unknown

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