Be A Heartbreaker -- Notable Quotable

Posted by Jeffrey K Radt ("JRed") | Posted in , , , , , , , | Posted on Thursday, December 09, 2010

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Are you a "heart-breaker" when you follow the commands on how to evangelize the lost that are related to the Great Commission?

No sinner looks to the Savior with a dry eye or a hard heart. Aim, therefore, at heart-breaking, at bringing home condemnation to the conscience and weaning the mind from sin. Be not content till the whole mind is deeply and vitally changed in reference to sin.

-- Charles Spurgeon

Strive to be a heart-breaker when it comes to using the Law to bring knowledge of sin to the lost. Then, offer non-believers the good news that there's hope for them through Jesus Christ.

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No sinner looks to the Savior with a dry eye or a hard heart. Aim, therefore, at heart-breaking, at bringing home condemnation to the conscience and weaning the mind from sin. Be not content till the whole mind is deeply and vitally changed in reference to sin.

Ok, but we have to make sure that this is us, individually. Once one enters into that kind of rest (Hebrews) and they are deeply and vitally changed in reference to sin, then they will have the power of someone like Peter whos words, through the Holy Spirit, were so powerful that three thousand people came to Christ in a day. Once we become so like Christ and so dead to ourselves, than our words which we speak via the Holy Spirit will be able to shut up the heavens (rain) and devour our advasaries. (Rev 11) If we are humble enough to never judge another because we are so certain of our position (that we are nothing with out Christ) than our actions, our very life, will draw others to HIM. First we must put away our soulish desires, our plans and programs. What saith the LORD? It is the Spirit that gives life, the flesh counts for nothing.
Deirdre

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Be not content till the whole mind is deeply and vitally changed in reference to sin.

Just to be sure, let us hope that what he is saying has nothing to do with him changing someones mind-then I think of a cult leader. It is the Holy Spirit Who changes our mind via the Word. (the renewing of our mind, the water of the washing of the Word /Ephesians)
Deirdre