What is the Christian’s primary motivation for witnessing? Thinking of ourselves, or even of our unbelieving neighbor, is insufficient. Only a passion for God’s glory faithfully propels our witness. This desire gives us the responsibility and capability to be fishers of men. Yet this sort of fishing isn’t just a pleasant hobby for rare occasions, explains Alistair Begg. It is a daily calling with great demands—and eternal rewards!
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