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Intimidated by Evangelism? Here’s How to Share Your Faith

3. Let them know there is healing for their body.

Jesus often healed people’s bodies as well as their souls. This is because, I believe, bodily ailments are such a strong felt need that when Jesus meets this need, it builds a strong sense of love and trust.

Trust in God’s healing power and don’t be afraid to call upon it. Ask if the unbeliever has any physical ailments that need to be healed, and pray for the sickness right then and there—just like Jesus did.

Trust that God wants to do a healing work on the body, as much as he does the spirit, soul and mind.

4. Let them know there is healing for their soul.

Healing in the scripture never stops at physical healing. It always moves to spiritual healing. Jesus doesn’t just want to touch our bodies. He wants to touch our souls.

And while the felt need for a healed soul might not seem as pressing, it is impacting our lives in various ways.

Insecurities, feelings of inadequacy, addiction, uncontrolled emotion—these are all connected to a “sick” soul.

Let the unbeliever know there is healing for their soul. All they have to do is surrender to God’s leading.  

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Scott Wilson is the Senior Pastor of The Oaks Fellowship, ministering to about 3,000 people every week in Dallas, TX. He is a frequent conference speaker, and provides mentorship for dozens of pastors and church leaders through Scott Wilson Consulting. Scott is a loving husband and proud father. Scott and his wife, Jenni, have three boys: Dillon, Hunter, and Dakota.