People won't care what u have to say until God gives them eyes to see and ears to hear. How much you care is beside the point.
You are not the only Jesus some people will ever see because you're not Jesus.
Jesus was killed for what he said, not for who he hung out with. Some churches teach Christians to hang out with sinners and keep their mouths shut.
Part of God's "wonderful plan" just might include sending you to hell for eternity.
The idea of "earning the right" to do what God has commanded every Christian to do--evangelize the lost--is blasphemous.
Jesus doesn't love you just the way you are. Jesus loves those whom He saves IN SPITE of who they are. You're not lovable.
Writing the date you walked down the aisle of the church in the back of your Bible is no guarantee you are saved.
There's not one example in the Bible of a Christian leading an unbeliever in a "sinner's prayer."
God is wrathful and when Jesus returns as Lion of Judah, the blood of His enemies will drip from the hem of His robe.
"If you build it, they will come" is a great movie line, but an unbiblical and man-centered evangelism strategy.
If you do everything you can to make sure your church logo doesn't contain anything identifying it as a church, you may be lost.
If you're a pastor who is comfortable taking the stage for prayer with Roman Catholics and Muslims you may be lost.
If you're seeking "common ground" with Roman Catholics and Muslims, you should examine yourself to see if you're in the faith.
Encouraging unbelievers to join believers in the act of worship is to encourage unbelievers to offer Strange Fire.
Designing worship and messages to make unbelievers feel comfortable amidst the gathering of the saints is worldliness.
~Excerpts fromTony Miano, "Evangelical Cow-tipping"