Junior High School
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- Published on Monday, 13 May 2013 01:13 13 May 2013
- Written by Susan Mulford Susan Mulford
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“I Want to Witness, But What Do I Say at Junior High School?”
Many times the hardest part about witnessing is the transition from an everyday conversation onto the Gospel track. If you do not know how to do this, you will not be witnessing at all. One way to turn the conversation it is through relating the Gospel to objects around you like Jesus did many times in Matthew 13. These object evangelism icebreakers will train you how to turn conversations onto the Gospel track. Jesus is coming soon, so use loving boldness and be compassionate. Then be led by the Spirit using whatever method. You may prophesy or pray for healing, etc. To help pull them in, after the “…”, there is an invitation to be saved.
Addition – This math problem reminds me of Matt. 6:33 – “Seek first the kingdom of God…then all these things will be added unto you.” When I put God first in my life through reading my Bible, worshiping Him and going to church, I can see His hand really moving in my life to provide for my needs and even my wants. He faithfully keeps His promises. I am so glad that He loves me and that I made Him my Lord.
Door – That door reminds me of something Jesus said in John 10: 9. “I Am the door. If anyone enters through Me, he will be saved.” So Jesus Christ is the most important door you will ever walk through. In Rev. 3:20 Jesus says, “Behold, I stand at the door (of your heart), and knock”…Have you ever opened the door of your heart and asked Jesus Christ to come in to be your Lord?
Eraser (or Delete Key)- I made a mistake. This eraser reminds me of God’s mercy. Isaiah 43:25 says: “I, even I am He who blots out your sins, for my own sake and I will not remember them.” When a person prays to receive Jesus as their Savior, God will blot out or erase (or delete) the sins of their past and give them new life on earth and eternal life in heaven. Phil. 3:13
Name - My name is ….. What is your name? That is a nice name. Do you know what makes your name even better? If your name is written into the Lamb’s Book of Life in heaven. Then you will have eternal life…I know that my name is there because I prayed to receive Jesus Christ as my Lord and Savior….So is your name there?… Rev. 21:27Paper – Did you know that paper is really made out of wood? They take the wood and then grind it to a pulp. Once the wood pulp has been beaten, treated, washed and bleached, it becomes paper. It all reminds me of Jesus Christ. He was beaten to a pulp with a whip 39 times, was treated so badly and was washed in His own blood. Then He died on a wooden cross, but in three days He rose again. Now we have eternal life if we receive Him as our Lord and Savior. His Gospel is now widespread and written on this paper, in which they have so much in common. Isaiah 53:5
Pencil - The lead in this pencil reminds me of how important it is to be led by the Spirit of God. God knows the good plan and the destiny for my life. He knows the answer for this math problem and what I should write for this essay. But you can only be led by the spirit if you have a relationship with God through His Son Jesus Christ. Rom.. 8:14; Psalm 32:8
Question - The most important question is how a person can receive eternal life… receiving Jesus Christ as Lord is the answer….Does that answer your question?
Subtraction – As I work this math problem and subtract these numbers, it reminds me of a few things that I need to subtract from my life - all my sins. Since I prayed to receive Jesus as my Lord, God will forgive me as I repent of my sins and choose the right way. I know that following Jesus and His Word is the answer.1 John 1:9
Salvation Prayer: “Father, I believe that Your Son Jesus Christ died on the cross for my sins and rose from the dead. I repent of my sins. Jesus, I ask You to forgive me and come into my heart and be my Lord and Savior. Fill me with the Holy Spirit. Thank You for saving me from hell and giving me eternal life in heaven, in Jesus’ name I pray, Amen.”
The original train tract is tri-folded and 5.5 inches high and 2.2 inches wide. I converted all the information therein to one page (that you see above, but without the clip art picture) for easy access through the internet and smart phones.
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