Getting Evangelism Right, Part 3 of 3
June 13, 2012
Jesus told a story of a great banquet where invited guests all had excuses for not attending. So the host changed his plans. He invited the poor, the crippled — those who would never expect such a treat, and who could never repay him. This parable has parallels in how we approach telling people about the gospel, so let’s explore how best to understand it.
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