How to Bring Men to Christ
Regardless of the angle the lost may use to try to justify why they remain in their sad condition, Torrey offers Scripture passages and biblical principles that have proven to reach even the most stubborn of the unsaved.
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Now then we are ambassadors for Christ, as though God did exhort you by us; we beseech you in Christ’s name, be ye reconciled to God. – 2 Corinthians 5:20
How to Bring Men to Christ sheds light on how to reach the lost with the gospel – not new light, but tested and true light. Reuben A. Torrey will show you how to use appropriate, applicable Bible passages to reach every kind of lost individual. Regardless of the angle the lost may use to try to justify why they remain in their sad condition, Torrey offers Scripture passages and biblical principles that have proven to reach even the most stubborn of the unsaved.
This is an excellent resource and training manual to equip individuals and groups to share the gospel with the lost.
Some of the topics covered in this book:
- Dealing with yourself first
- Dealing with the indifferent or careless
- Dealing with people who desire to be saved, but do not know how
- Dealing with those who desire to be saved but who have difficulties
- Dealing with those who entertain false hopes
- Dealing with those who lack assurance and dealing with backsliders
- Dealing with professed skeptics and infidels
- Dealing with the complaining
- Dealing with those who wish to put off a decision until some other time
- Dealing with the willful and the deceived
- The baptism of the Holy Spirit
About the Author
Reuben Archer Torrey traveled all over the world leading evangelistic tours, preaching to the unsaved. It is believed that more than one hundred thousand were saved under his preaching. Torrey married Clara Smith in 1879, with whom he had five children. In 1908, he helped start the Montrose Bible Conference in Pennsylvania, which continues today. He became dean of the Bible Institute of Los Angeles (now Biola University) in 1912, and was the pastor of the Church of the Open Door in Los Angeles from 1915 to 1924. Torrey continued speaking all over the world and holding Bible conferences. He died in Asheville, North Carolina, on October 26, 1928.