Jesus commanded his followers to go and make disciples. (Mt 28:19) This involves preaching and teaching. From time to time, we should all ask ourselves, ‘How can I improve in these essential aspects of the disciple-making work?’
Instead of waiting for people to come to us, we must actively search for “deserving” ones. (Mt 10:11) When we share in the ministry, are we alert to opportunities to speak with people who ‘happen to be on hand’? (Ac 17:17) Lydia became a disciple as a result of the apostle Paul’s diligent preaching.—Ac 16:13-15.
WATCH THE VIDEO CONTINUE PREACHING “WITHOUT LETUP”—INFORMALLY AND FROM HOUSE TO HOUSE, AND THEN ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS:
In his daily routine, how did Samuel show that he was actively seeking to plant seeds of truth?
Why must we persevere in all types of preaching?
With whom might you share the Kingdom message during your daily routine?
To make disciples, we must do more than simply leave literature with people. To help them progress spiritually, we need to make return visits and conduct Bible studies. (1Co 3:6-9) Yet, what if our diligent efforts to teach someone Kingdom truth yield little results? (Mt 13:19-22) We should continue our search for those whose hearts are like “fine soil.”—Mt 13:23; Ac 13:48.
WATCH THE VIDEO CONTINUE PREACHING “WITHOUT LETUP”—PUBLICLY AND MAKING DISCIPLES, AND THEN ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS:
How did Solomon and Mary water the seeds of truth in the hearts of Ezekiel and Abigail?
What should be our goal in all facets of the ministry, including public witnessing?
How might we give greater emphasis to teaching others the truth?