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How to Speak to Muslims from a Bible study by Pastor Mason Okubo

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This study is an outline for sharing Jesus Christ with our Muslim (Islamic) neighbors or any non-Christian we love or work with.

Build a relationship.
A. Learn about Islam.
B. Get to know the person.
C. Discuss what we have in common.

Ask about salvation.
D. Ask the question "What do you need to do to be saved?"
E. Ask "Does God expect us to do these things completely and perfectly?"
F. Ask "Can you do it perfectly?"

Share the Gospel.
G. The Good News
H. Ask them to act

Addendum
Fearing Islam
Theological Differences

Resources

Build a Relationship

A. Learn about Islam.

B. Get to know the person.

C. Discuss what we have in common.

Ask about Salvation

D. Ask the question "What do you need to do to be saved?"

E. Ask "Does God expect us to do these things completely and perfectly?"

F. Ask "Can YOU do it perfectly?" or "Can you know that you have done enough?"

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Share the Gospel

G. The Gospel

H. Ask them to act

The person you are talking to is not just "a person to evangelize." Think of them as your future brother/sister in Christ. They may even be your future "best friend". We have many Christian brothers and sisters who are not yet part of our family. We are still waiting for them to join. Let's invite them!

Addendum

Fearing Islam

If you watch the news you may think that all Muslims are violent. It's clear Muslims are trying to make a statement but we don't understand the message. Why are they so mad at us? Why are they so mad at Israel? When we don't know the answer, we can fear.

Theological Differences

Resources

Hahn, Ernest, "How to Respond - Muslims." Concordia Publishing House, St. Louis, MO, 1995

Fellowship of Faith for Muslims, PO Box 65214, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M4K 3Z2

Philoxenia/Hospitality Ministry, 3081 Grenville Drive, Mississauga, Ontario, Canada L5A 2P6

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