Charles Lawson is a man with a lot of theories. Whether it’s the Illuminati, the Federal Reserve, the origins of the NAACP or the REAL reason for the American Civil War he manages to stand in the pulpit and talk about just about anything but Jesus.
Here we get some insight from a veteran
salesman soul winner on how to close the deal and get the result that you want out of a soul winning encounter.
Don’t give them an out. Don’t give them a choice. Use the stock prayer. Draw the net around the big flopping fish and land that soul for Jesus.
It never ceases to amaze me the arrogance of people who think that they can change a stranger’s entire belief system in a way that will alter their eternal destiny in one conversation that lasts about five minutes. It’s basically the spiritual equivalent of the game run by pick-up artists.
1. Get noticed and make contact.
2. Lower their self esteem and create a need for your affirmation.
3. Make a conquest out of them even though you don’t know them, don’t love them, and won’t ever see them again.
If all else fails in the fundy plight to socialize people into mimicking the acceptable “standards” of behavior, playing the maturity card is the last resort.
“Oh, you just don’t understand how important this is because you’re only a baby Christian. I know you’re 53 and have children older than I am (after all I’m only 26 and just got my Bible degree) but if you’ll just do what I tell you then soon you’ll be a grown-up Christian like I am…”
The following note was submitted in what I can only imagine was a response to the last video posted:
If you people spent as much time worrying about lost souls as you do ridiculing Bible believing Christians for taking a stand and taking the Bible for what it SAYS instead of picking it apart and correcting it like your staff probably does, then maybe you could get something productive done. You WILL stand before a Holy God one day and give an account for what you have done and continue to do. Go ahead and get your jabs and laughs in now…but rest assured…God doesn’t think you’re funny and I know I sure don’t and do not appreciate this one bit. I’m going to pray that God will deal with your hearts about this nonsense and that you will come to a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ instead of running a childish and unGodly website!
(signed) Mark B.
So I’m ridiculing the Bible, correcting the Bible, God’s not amused, and I’m not saved.
Watch with amazement as this crack theologian from Holy Hills Baptist Church puzzles and puzzles over the deep meanings of Scripture and then cuts the Gordian knot with a decisive answer to a perplexing question.