The method of winning souls is important because without the right approach a lot of souls are lost and this is a direct result of lack of knowledge about the method of winning souls. The method of soul winning must be focused on where, who, what and how to preach to save others.
Everything you do and everything you have, both tangible and intangible must geared towards soul winning. The reason why God left you to live on the earth after you became born again is to win souls for his kingdom, otherwise God should have taken you to heaven the very day you got born again.
If you don't go out to preach the gospel many will die and end up in hell and if you don’t go out to preach also you’re sitting on your own prosperity. Those whose God’s eyes are on them are those who have the work of God at heart.
You can be in Christ and qualify for wisdom but until you share this Jesus whom you’ve believed and accepted as your Lord and personal Saviour to others then you do not have the kind of wisdom proffered in Proverbs 11:30.
Young preacher, get into the field; stay into the harness. All you young preachers and things, don't you set around. Don't you just set and do nothing. Get out yonder and win a soul. Do something. Get on; get moving. Don't stop, young preacher over there. God bless your heart.
The early church was made up of witnessing Christians who had the mind and the Spirit of Christ. They lived a life of practical holiness and purposeful witnessing. Soul-winning was not a special extra for just a few selected workers among them. Neither was it a week-end supplement, once a month. It was their central responsibility. They took soul-winning as an evidence of genuine salvation, as a common mark of being part of Christ’s flock.
The work (of soulwinning) should not be left for pastors and other leaders in the church – everyone must be involved. Training and retraining should be given prominence in order to develop members into effective workers, to turn them from distressed, discontent men into mighty men.
William Marrion Branham, Mike Murdock, Justice Kojo Bentil, Billy Graham, Pastor Mensa Otabil, Dag Heward Mills, Benson Andrew Idahosa, Dr. Myles Munroe, Rick Rigsby, Jerry J. Panou, David O. Oyedepo, Bishop Tudor Bismark, Martin Luther King Jr., David Ibiyeomie, T. B. Joshua, Kenneth E. Hagin, Smith Wigglesworth, Brian Houston, John C. Hagee, Adrian Pierce Rogers, Ravi Zacharias, Derek Prince,