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The Joy of Witnessing
Simply, Effectively and Biblically
by Thomas Fusco

Overview


It's been said that the best sermon comes from how a person lives his life. In, "The Joy of Witnessing", author Thomas Fusco explores his own life on how he shared with the multitude. As he found it to be, "Simple, Effective and Biblical!"
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Description


It continues with many detailed interactions from those whom he drew on the streets in several states in the U.S.A., and also in other countries. The major component to gather those to listen, was the question, "Are you a Good Person?" If so, then get a free gift! This could only take place, because of the indwelling of the Holy Spirit. Those whom He has called, as the Lord Himself states in the Book of Acts Chapter 1, verse 8. "you will receive power when the Holy Spirit has come upon you; and you shall be My witnesses both in Jerusalem, (Phoenix) and in all Judea, (Scottsdale) and Samaria, (Tempe) and even to the remotest part of the earth." In other words, start right where you are! Also, many comments from well-known Pastors who also reference Bible passages that agree with this Simple, Effective and Biblical principle of witnessing. They confirmed what's been missing from the pulpits for the last decade is the word, "Hell!"
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About the author


Thomas L. Fusco was born in New Jersey in 1943. The son of Italian immigrants, he was raised Roman Catholic, until his divorce saw him excommunicated from the Roman Catholic Church. He now realized his impending destination, was Hell. He remarried and divorced two more times before he was 50. In 1994 he received a message that changed his life—if he admitted to sinning and repented, he would be forgiven because of Jesus' sacrifice on the cross, and then by placing his trust in Jesus Christ alone as his Lord and Savior. Then on June 17th, 1995, he married Catherine, his fourth. Catherine coined the phrase, "that she was his 4-ever wife". In 2002, he was inspired by The Way of the Master and watching how they drew a crowd by asking them to take the "Good Person Test". The hosts were Ray Comfort and Kirk Cameron. He enrolled in their courses, receiving his diploma in 2005, and continues to teach this Biblical principle. In 2016 he received his Diploma from Trinity College of the Bible and Theological Seminary with an Accelerated Bachelor of Arts Major in Bible and Theology.
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Book details

Genre:RELIGION

Subgenre:Christian Life / General

Language:English

Pages:296

Format:Paperback

eBook ISBN:9781543987836

Paperback ISBN:9781543987829


Overview


It's been said that the best sermon comes from how a person lives his life. In, "The Joy of Witnessing", author Thomas Fusco explores his own life on how he shared with the multitude. As he found it to be, "Simple, Effective and Biblical!"

Read more

Description


It continues with many detailed interactions from those whom he drew on the streets in several states in the U.S.A., and also in other countries. The major component to gather those to listen, was the question, "Are you a Good Person?" If so, then get a free gift! This could only take place, because of the indwelling of the Holy Spirit. Those whom He has called, as the Lord Himself states in the Book of Acts Chapter 1, verse 8. "you will receive power when the Holy Spirit has come upon you; and you shall be My witnesses both in Jerusalem, (Phoenix) and in all Judea, (Scottsdale) and Samaria, (Tempe) and even to the remotest part of the earth." In other words, start right where you are! Also, many comments from well-known Pastors who also reference Bible passages that agree with this Simple, Effective and Biblical principle of witnessing. They confirmed what's been missing from the pulpits for the last decade is the word, "Hell!"

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About the author


Thomas L. Fusco was born in New Jersey in 1943. The son of Italian immigrants, he was raised Roman Catholic, until his divorce saw him excommunicated from the Roman Catholic Church. He now realized his impending destination, was Hell. He remarried and divorced two more times before he was 50. In 1994 he received a message that changed his life—if he admitted to sinning and repented, he would be forgiven because of Jesus' sacrifice on the cross, and then by placing his trust in Jesus Christ alone as his Lord and Savior. Then on June 17th, 1995, he married Catherine, his fourth. Catherine coined the phrase, "that she was his 4-ever wife". In 2002, he was inspired by The Way of the Master and watching how they drew a crowd by asking them to take the "Good Person Test". The hosts were Ray Comfort and Kirk Cameron. He enrolled in their courses, receiving his diploma in 2005, and continues to teach this Biblical principle. In 2016 he received his Diploma from Trinity College of the Bible and Theological Seminary with an Accelerated Bachelor of Arts Major in Bible and Theology.
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