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📒Winning The Witnesses ✍ Daniel Rodriguez
✏Winning the Witnesses Book Summary : Proven step-by-step methods that will help you bring Jehovah’s Witnesses to Christ. While serving as an Associate Pastor in 1996, Daniel Rodriguez was instrumental in targeting his city’s large Jehovah’s Witness population. Construction of a Kingdom Hall was stopped because the strategies in this book either won Witnesses to Christ or destroyed their faith in the Watchtower Society. The step-by-step plan in this practical, easy-reading book will help you to reach Jehovah’s Witnesses like you never thought possible. Discover: Why Jehovah’s Witnesses won’t listen when you quote your Bible. How to get them to actually hear and receive your words. How you can get them to doubt their leaders. Tactics they use to get Christians sidetracked. You Will Also Learn: The logic that is such an effective tool to reach them. How to persuade honest Witnesses to reject the authority of the Watchtower Society. How Watchtower publications contradict themselves, the Bible, and their religion. Why the first thing you must do is destroy their faith in the Watchtower, and how to do it. If you want to be more successful at sharing the gospel with Jehovah’s Witnesses, here’s help.
📒Reaching And Winning Jehovah S Witnesses ✍ Daniel Belvedere
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📒Creating Award Winning History Fair Projects ✍ Helen Bass
✏Creating Award winning History Fair Projects Book Summary : Provides information on creating a history fair projects, covering such topics as conducting historical research, writing historically accurate papers, and constructing projects.
📒Winning Jury Trials ✍ Robert H. Klonoff
✏Winning Jury Trials Book Summary : The Third Edition of Winning Jury Trials combines the same strong premise of its previous editions (evidence sponsorship) and the same strong theme (there is, in fact, a right way to teach trial skills) with many new features, including more detailed guidance on the critical questions of whether and when to impeach one's own witness with harmful material. This text, by Robert Klonoff and Paul Colby, takes a solid approach to evidence and focuses on issues such as: • Choosing witnesses • Introducing negative evidence • How to handle marginal evidence • Weaving the fundamental elements of your case into your evidence, for example, opening statements and cross-examination
📒The Winning Argument ✍ Ronald J. Waicukauski
✏The Winning Argument Book Summary : Examines twelve characteristics of a winning argument and presents the rudiments and sophisticated levels of persuasion based upon ancient and modern techniques.
📒Witnessing Made Easy ✍ C. S. Lovett
✏Witnessing Made Easy Book Summary : Witnessing is not soul-winning. Soul-winning consists of a single task-bring a prospect face to face with Christ and press him to receive the Lord as his Savior. There's no half-way business about it. You either get a person to make a decision or you don't. If you fail to make the presentation or are interrupted for some reason, you simply do not win that soul for Christ. If there is no decision, there is no soul-winning. Witnessing, on the other hand, is a work that can be performed in countless ways. The moment a person does anything to share the word of Christ, he is a 100% successful. Witnessing ranges all the way from hiding a gospel tract in a public place to telling another person what Jesus means to you. Therefore, soul-winning and witnessing are NOT the same. While everyone can witness for Jesus, not everyone can win souls--at least not at first. For decades I have been training soul-winners and witnesses. It has been my experience that the average Christian doesn't know the difference between the two skills. Most think they are synonymous. That causes them to shy away from any kind of training. Believing there is no way to witness short of winning a soul to Christ, they are reluctant to start. A multitude of God's people is content to remain silent, thinking only of those prepared to win souls are qualified to speak for Christ. I estimate that 80% of all believers have this notion. Satan is using it to keep them out of action. I don't blame them for being frightened. Soul-winning is a terrifying business-until you are equipped with the skill, and more importantly, have the strength to use it. It's a welcome relief, therefore, to learn that there are two specialties-one which is quite difficult and the other very easy. I believe that all Christians could become soul-winners-if they would first work with the Holy Spirit as witnesses. There is nothing more torturous than forcing yourself to be a soul-winner when you don't have the personality strength for that kind of approach. The thing to do is to develop your strength as a witness, and then you can tackle the task of soul-winning with confidence and enthusiasm. I am suggesting, that unless you have a vigorous personality strength which allows you to start right off as a soul-winner, you should forget about it-temporarily. The Lord is aware of this variable in His people. He knows some are endowed with public gifts, while others are shy and timid. That's why He gave the command to witness, "You shall be My witnesses" (Acts 1:8). Everyone can witness, even though not all go on to win souls. Why? There are ways to witness that match the shyness of the timidest soul. Everyone can begin with the easiest steps, and then, with the passing of time, graduate to harder ones. It is cruel to expect people to perform spiritual tasks that are not consistent with their social strengths. There are those who accept the challenge of their pastor or some evangelist to try and be soul-winners. A sense of duty drives them. For a time they go through the nightmare of attempting something beyond their ability, but it doesn't last. Before long, they recoil from it. And that's bad. Usually, it instills a fear from which they are not easily recovered. In this book, you will learn that witnessing does not mean soul-winning; that the spirit's power follows your words, and tells us exactly what to say and do. There are ten steps (rungs) in our witnessing course. Each offers a bit more ego threat than the preceding one. We begin the course with secret actions, gradually moving closer and closer to people in bite-sized steps that are fun. As soon as a person absorbs all the threats at one level, he advances to the next higher level. Are you ready to go up the ladder?
📒Winning Our Loved Ones ✍ John R. Rice
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📒Winning Your B C Injury Claim ✍ Chris Temple, LL.B.
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📒The Art Of Soul Winning ✍ J. W. Mahood
✏The Art of Soul Winning Book Summary : Evangelical Christians have a doctrinal duty to try to convert others to their faith, but in today's secular, cynical culture, finding people who are willing to listen can be a formidable challenge. This twentieth-century masterpiece is regarded as one of the key texts in the Evangelical canon, and it's a must-read for anyone who takes "the art of soul-winning" seriously.