You’ll see non-Christians saved when you grasp these 3 things

You’ll see non-Christians saved when you grasp these 3 things By Larry Tomczak, CP Op-Ed Contributor for The Christian Post

When I was born again, I glorified God in seeing nine of my closest family and friends be born again. When my wife and her parents were converted, the six siblings at home all followed suit.  And my close friend Che Ahn also saw his entire family come to faith in Christ.

For over 50 years, I’ve equipped God’s people to “not limit the Holy One of Israel” (Ps. 78:41 KJV) but be missional, persevering, and trusting His divine initiative and intervention in reaching lost family and friends.

There are some important questions to ask yourself to cooperate with God and see people you genuinely care about converted. The miracle of salvation is a beautiful blend of the sovereignty of God and the responsibility of man, with the accent on God from start to finish!

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What do you believe?

What exactly do you believe about how people get saved? Does God want everyone to be saved? Does God predestine some people to hell? Do we have free will?

What you believe about how people are converted to Christ is not an insignificant topic. It is not just a theological issue best left to scholars and intellectuals. This is a matter of eternal importance that affects our entire understanding of God’s character.

Passivity in evangelism and intercession for those outside of Christ are usually byproducts of people who deep down inside don’t really believe God longs to redeem all humanity.  Pastors who are so inclined usually don’t lead the people in much outreach, share personal illustrations of their evangelistic engagement, and often delegate Great Commission work to an evangelism team, usually of energetic young people in “campus ministry.”

Asking questions today on doctrines often brings up embarrassing responses.

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