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When Jesus commissioned His disciples to go into all the world and preach
the gospel, He did not send them unprepared. They had spent three years
observing Jesus own evangelism methods in dealing with a variety of people.
Christians today can still learn from the examples that are recorded for us
in the Gospels. The heart of Jesus ministry was to individuals. While the
masses were intrigued by His teachings and miracles, His true followers came
through a personal encounter with Jesus Christ, the Living Gospel.
In this book, Robert E. Coleman examines the accounts of how Jesus
approached and responded to 12 categories of people. From the religious gentry
to sinful women, from children to condemned criminals, Jesus had something to
offer them all.
For each category, Coleman opens with a scripture passage for study. He
gives some background, describes the situation and points out how Jesus adapted
His message for the unique needs of the individual. Coleman then gives
observations that may apply in our own contact with people in similar
Each section concludes with personal exercises, ideas for group discussion
and an action plan. A review section at the end of the book summarizes the
principles that Jesus exemplified.
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