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where does one find power to share their faith?

When we became believers, the Holy Spirit came into our hearts. But why did He come in? What is His purpose and what does He do? The Holy Spirit comes into our lives to change us. The Holy Spirit comes to make us more like Christ. We call this process sanctification. Sanctification means the process of becoming holy. It means the Holy Spirit is going to transform our lives to make us more like Jesus Christ. The Holy Spirit’s primary job: transforming Christ-followers. We can do nothing apart from the power of the Holy Spirit working in our lives. An amazing transformation took place in Peter’s life when he received the Holy Spirit. Peter was the man who denied he knew Jesus three times while Jesus was being led away to be crucified. Peter was afraid to admit he knew Jesus. After the resurrection, Jesus appeared to Peter and the other disciples. Before His ascension, Peter did not understand all Jesus was saying about what was to take place. Ten days later, Scripture report

why should i prepare and how do i prepare to share the gospel?

Romans 1:15 says, “So, as much as is in me, I am ready to preach the gospel to you who are in Rome also” (NKJ). Paul states he was ready to share the good news. We too should be ready at any time to share the hope of Jesus Christ in us. For many people, presenting the gospel it can be a very daunting task. However, this does not have to be. There are many different ways of sharing the Good News and this section includes one method of sharing the Gospel. We should ask ourselves the following questions: What makes a good gospel presentation? What must be included? We need a specific goal so we are able to share the gospel in as little as 30 seconds or for as long as the Holy Spirit guides. Practical Help in Sharing the Gospel. The biggest obstacle for many believers is not knowing what to say. Some of us may have the opinion that we can just let the Holy Spirit guide us as to what to say. But without a plan, we might find ourselves talking about church, God and the