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  • Jordan Stowe

ChatGPT (AI) Evangelism

Artificial Intelligence is taking over the world. Okay, maybe not, but people are more interested in it than ever. It is also more advanced and accessible than ever, as most of us carry it in our pockets every day. So, with that, I decided to ask ChatGPT, probably the most popular and advanced AI I have access to, for advice on how to share the Gospel. How smart is it really? Here is what it said:

"Sharing the gospel of Jesus is an important aspect of many Christian faiths. Here are some suggestions on how to effectively share the gospel:

Personal Relationship: Cultivate a personal relationship with Jesus by deepening your own understanding of the Bible and your faith. This will help you speak authentically and passionately about your own experiences with God.

Live a Christ-like Life: Let your actions align with the teachings of Jesus. Strive to demonstrate love, kindness, and compassion towards others. Your lifestyle should reflect the transformational power of the gospel.

Pray for Guidance: Seek God's guidance through prayer. Ask for wisdom, discernment, and opportunities to share the gospel with others.

Listen and Understand: When engaging with others, listen attentively to their concerns, questions, and doubts. Show empathy and seek to understand their perspective. This will help you tailor your message to their specific needs.

Share Your Testimony: Share your personal testimony of how Jesus has transformed your life. Talk about the impact He has had on your beliefs, values, and choices. Personal stories can be powerful and relatable.

Use Scripture: Utilize relevant Bible verses to support your message. Share passages that emphasize God's love, grace, forgiveness, and salvation through Jesus Christ.

Respectful Dialogue: Engage in respectful conversations and avoid being confrontational or judgmental. Allow others to express their views, and respond with love and grace. Remember, it is ultimately the Holy Spirit who convicts hearts, not us.

Share the Core Message: Clearly communicate the core message of the gospel, which includes the belief in Jesus as the Son of God, His death and resurrection, and the invitation to receive salvation through faith in Him.

Be Prepared: Equip yourself with knowledge and answers to common questions or objections. Study the Bible, attend Bible studies or apologetics classes, and be familiar with the basic principles of Christianity.

Follow Up: Offer ongoing support and guidance to those who show interest or have questions. Invite them to church services, Bible studies, or Christian events where they can further explore their faith.

Remember, the effectiveness of sharing the gospel is ultimately in God's hands. Pray for the Holy Spirit to work in the hearts of those you engage with and trust in His timing and plan."

Pretty impressive! Maybe artificial intelligence is smarter than I thought. How about you go give that advice a try and see if it works?!


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