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Ray Comfort. What Did Jesus Do?: A Call to Return to the Biblical Gospel.  Bartlesville, OK: Genesis Publishing Group, July 25th 2005. 176 pp.

5 out of 5

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This is a good book on how to evangelize.  This is written by Ray Comfort, who is quite an evangelist himself.  I love Ray Comfort’s own personal example of being an evangelist.  He wrote this book in an manner that is easy to understand and also practical.  Today’s contemporary church is often filled with bad doctrines and light on the Gospel so there’s a crisis with how Christians evangelize today in a manner that is unbiblical and unfaithful to God and the Gospel.  So this work is much needed.  I personally got this book as part of a discipleship tool with some of our guys in church to train them to think not only biblically about evangelism but to live it out.

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Today is September 11th.  9/11 still bring a lot of raw emotions even after 17 years.  As I mentioned over the years on this blog I felt 9/11 has changed my adult years.

Here’s a video that Ray Comfort’s ministry Living Waters made on a survivor of 9/11 and how she came to God

I hope if you don’t know Jesus as Savior you repent and trust in Christ.

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Two Christian brothers whom I appreciate for their ministry discuss about abortion from a Christian worldview.

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This was just released by evangelist Ray Comfort.  I appreciate Ray Comfort evangelism ministry.

I’ll have to watch it after Church tommorow.  Enjoy!

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Sometime today between 12 to 3 PM Pacific Standard Time our blog hit a new milestone: We now have had over one million views of our blog.

Thank you to all those who have read our posts, commented, reblogged and shared our materials via email and social media.  Our hope of all three bloggers is that God’s people would be edified and equipped to think more biblically and also for the lost to see an articulation of the Gospel and a Biblical worldview.  Of course I realize a big niche we fit in is the circle of Reformed believers and those who subscribe to Presuppositional apologetics but I think there’s been great fellowship with all kinds of believers here as well.

We hope the Lord would allow us to write more posts on here.

Here’s the top 10 posts of our blog that made up a good percentage of the million views:

Greg Bahnsen vs Gordon Stein Mp3

What is wrong with this argument?

How to Commit Suicide?

Christmas wish list in Presuppositional Christian Apologetics

Blowing down the House? Part V: Can Presuppositional Apologetics account for Christian diagreements?

THE STORY OF THE BIRTH OF JESUS, A POEM

Walter Martin Mp3

Dr. Barrick’s Sunday School Lessons on all of Psalms!

Ray Comfort’s “180” full movie released on Youtube!

Duggar Family 20th Child, and what the Secular leftist’s response tells about their inconsistent morality

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I’ve really enjoyed Ray Comfort’s ministry.  Early in my Christian life the Lord has used him to teach me a lot about evangelism.  I am grateful to hear his sermon many years ago titled “Hell’s Best Kept Secret.”

Ray Comfort and Kirk Cameron has also worked together to produce a video by the same name.  Ray Comfort ministries have made that available recently this month on Youtube!

Here it is:

May God use this to equip more believers in witnessing to people by appealing to people’s conscience and pointing them to their need for a Savior in Jesus Christ!

After watching the video if you want to look up further resources concerning the Way of the Master you may check out the following:

Book Recommendation: God Has A Wonderful Plan For Your Life by Ray Comfort

Review: What Did Jesus Do?

Video: Are you a Good Person?

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In the middle of our series on “Missions, Culture and Being Biblical” I thought it was good to post this review of a book on sharing the Gospel. Conquer Your Fear, Share Your Faith Evangelism Made Easy

This is a good book for readers who need an introduction to biblical evangelism.  Those who are familiar with Ray Comfort’s book “The Way of the Master” will not find anything radically new in this book but it is a book I still recommend to refresh one’s evangelism method if you subscribe to “the Way of the Master.”  This work features different chapters going back and forth between the author Kirk Cameron and Ray Comfort.  The law of God is described and explained as to why it is a powerful tool in evangelism.  Both authors’ joy for sharing the Gospel will leap out of the pages and hopefully will stir the reader to witness.  I appreciate the practical tips and pointers throughout the book.  In particular, the book changed one of the tactics of my evangelism where in the past I use to ask people “Have you ever told a lie?” but now I ask people “In your life time, how many lies do you think you have told?” as a practical way of making someone think more about the severity of their sins with lying; I find the authors’ advice to be helpful because it avoid the hurdle that some people have that a few lies are no big deal.  I also appreciated the personal stories that Cameron and Comfort shared in the book and some of them are stories I haven’t heard of before.  I enjoyed hearing Kirk Cameron’s story of how he came to faith—and also how he discovered the Way of the Master and meeting up with Ray.  I also enjoyed the account of both authors having a meal with Bill Bright, the founder of Campus Crusade and them talking about biblical evangelism towards the end of Bright’s life—and how Bright affirmed the authors concern for a clear Gospel presentation that’s biblical.  It is a good book that I would highly recommend both to veteran evangelists and those new to sharing their faith.  I appreciated also that this book is not just about open air preaching and sharing to strangers—the book also discussed about sharing to family.

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Ray Comfort has done another movie again…

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I started this late at night till three in the morning and then the next morning woke up to finish it. For those of you who know the evangelist Ray Comfort, this autobiography is quite encouraging and will stir the readers to be more zealous to evangelize with the model that Ray Comfort is. He tells about his childhood love for surfing, being “successful” at an early age and finally find Jesus in his native country of New Zealand. His stories of his early days of serving God was enjoyable for me to read, as it reminds that just because someone begin originally serving the LORD in one ministry capacity does not necessarily always mean that person’s ministry will still be the same in the future. From drug rehab ministry to being the assistant to a pastor, the Lord eventually moved him to the direction of open air preaching. Eventually he would make his way to Southern California with a greater ministry. The majority of the first half of the book seem to focus on his ministry at MacArthur park back in the wild heydays before LAPD cleaned it up and open a substation there. I did not even know until I was half way through the books that he had some pictures from MacArthur Park and it was so sad reading the tragedy of people’s sin with drugs, violence, etc. I’ve enjoyed reading about Ray Comfort’s meeting with Kirk Cameron and all his other adventures. Good biography to read before you go out with your church to evangelize!

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I thought this short book by Ray Comfort was good in exposing God’s people to biblical evangelism.

Towards the end of last year, I reviewed this book here in which I later found out that Ray Comfort was giving one free copy to those who request for it here.  Today, while I was going to order a copy for a brother in our church I found out that Ray Comfort’s ministry has made this into a free PDF for download!

You can get the PDF directly by clicking HERE.

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As we shared earlier, this year’s recommended Christmas Christian Book List on Christian Worldview and Apologetics Discipleship also includes a book on Biblical evangelism by Ray Comfort.  Be sure to check out other books we suggested.  Below is my review of “God Has A Wonderful Plan for Your Life: The Myth of the Modern Message”

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They say one should not judge a book by it’s cover–but with this book by Ray Comfort, the cover speaks volume, illustrating while the irony and tension of the unbiblical nature of the contemporary Evangelical evangelism method of saying “God has a wonderful plan for your life” with the picture of the stoning of the first Christian martyr Stephen. The contrast of Biblical teaching of evangelism and the modern “God has a wonderful plan for your life” message couldn’t be ever capture more beatifully in picture–and pictures are worth a thousand words. Contrary to what many Christians might say today when they evangelize, the Bible does not promise a wonderful plan for the non-believer’s life…as the nonbeliever would understand or plan it. Against this “genie in the bottle” gospel, Ray Comfort brings out the teaching concerning the use of the law in sharing the gospel. Comfort’s work communicates this “Way of the Master” well: He is to the point, clear, sprinkle with use of Scripture and use many illustrations to explain what he means. The current evangelical landscape is so filled with bad popular approach to evangelism that I know many are hostile hearing about the use of the law in evangelism. I am always amazed at how winsome Ray Comfort is in articulating the biblical method of evangelism despite many who are upset with this method. Many of the content will be familiar in this book for those who are familiar with Ray Comfort’s other work or videos. What I like was the appendix–which addresses those in Campus Crusade who recognize that this “God has a wonderful plan for your life” line is one popularized by Campus Crusade. Comfort makes the good case with documentation from CCC’s founder Bill Bright, that towards the end of his life, Dr. Bright would be in agreement with the use of the law in evangelism and the need to do so. Very valuable appendix.

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The Lawman breaks it down the difference between truth and mere belief, and which one truly matters:

Evangelizing on a regular basis on a college campus, I see this type of relativistic thinking on an ongoing basis.

How would you answer this gentleman?

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This took place at Cerritos College.

Sadly, similar things like this happen too often before my eyes in our campus outreaches in Southern California. Shallow Christians present the biggest threat against the gospel work at times.

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The documentary by Ray Comfort is up!  Here it is:

Share with everybody!  And be sure to give the link to the website HERE.

The Great Debate: Does God Exist

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