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SALVATION, SIGNS, AND WONDERS



In the Book of Acts, there were four main methods God used to convert men to Christ. The preaching of the gospel was the sole agent of conversion used in most of the situations (32 out of 56 total situations recorded). Today, God also mainly uses this method. However, as in the Book of Acts, people are converted through other means as well.

For example, on 13 separate occasions in the Book of Acts, the miraculous accompanied the preaching of the gospel. Mark 16:20 says, "...and they went out and preached everywhere, the Lord working with them and confirming the Word through the accompanying signs and wonders." To exclude the miraculous is to limit effectiveness in evangelism. There are people who need a power encounter with God to convince them of the Gospel message.

On ten other occasions in the Book of Acts, signs and wonders occurred without the mention of the gospel being preached. These cases all resulted in someone becoming a Christian. The gospel could have been preached on these occasions but the Biblical accounts mention no record of this happening.

The fourth way conversion took place was by direct intervention from God. This was perhaps the case of Saul of Tarsus in Acts 9. The charts that follow list each of these conversion occasions.

The Four Ways People Became Christians in The Book of Acts:

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WITNESSING TO MUSLIMS
Christian Equippers International


Witnessing to Muslims

Bridging the Barriers

As a natural bridge forms the pathway between two land masses, it is our desire to form a bridge that Christians can use to communicate the Gospel of Jesus Christ to the Muslim people. This chapter is meant to provide a method by which we may share the wonderful news of the gospel of Jesus Christ to Muslim people.
Acts 17:22-24
"Then Paul stood in the midst of the Areopagus and said, "Men of Athens, I perceive that in all things you are very religious; for as I was passing through and considering the objects of your worship, I even found an altar with this inscription:
TO THE UNKNOWN GOD
Therefore, the one whom you worship without knowing, Him I proclaim to you:" NKJV
The Muslim people do revere and love the Jesus Christ of the Qur'an. They believe that they honor Him more than Christians because of the fact that they do not believe that He was crucified. They don't feel that God would have subjected Him to the humiliation and pain! However, even the Qur'an addresses the fact that Jesus prophesied his death and resurrection. In fact, many of the references in the Qur'an speak of Him as being the Word, the Messiah, the one Nearest to God, and the Spirit of God. But even as the men of Areopagus worshipped the unknown God, many Muslim people

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PROPHETIC EVANGELISM CONFERENCE
Evangelist Anthony Hulsebus
Christian Equippers International

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Hearing His Voice Declaring His Word

Prophetic Evangelism Conference Sept 17-19, 2009
Guest Speakers: Craig Fasler, Tom Fox, Tom Stammon Special Guest Becky Johnson leading worship

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