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Soulwinning Presentation
(Microsoft Word format)

I recently finished a project that I have thought about for a long time.

Many years ago, an insurance salesman came to my home. He pulled a book from his briefcase that contained a presentation of his "sales pitch". It was a laminated flip chart presentation that used graphics to walk me through the main points. It was interesting and it held my attention, and answered most of the questions that he anticipated I would ask. I have often thought that I'd like to have a similar format for a soulwinning presentation. I was trained in a very quick Romans road presentation that works fine if you don't have much time, but I wanted something that would be more appropriate for a situation where you can sit down with someone at home and use a lot of different scriptures.

I wanted graphics, too. Chick tracts have their faults, but they always get read. A picture often gets across an abstract concept better than a thousand words.

It's not just something you read to them, it works as a visual aid to what you normally might say. You might print it out on half size pages, laminate it, bind it, and carry it with you door to door.

Download the complete presentation - zip 622kB

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Page 1 - Jesus is the Creator
Page 2 - Six Days of Creation
Page 3 - Sin separates Man from God
Page 4 - Man cannot reach God by good works
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Page 5 - Man's account book records Sin.
Page 6 - Man is guilty and condemned
Page 7 - Jesus comes to Earth
Page 8 - Christ comes as a child
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Page 9 - Christ takes the sins of the world to the cross
Page 10 - Christ is risen
Page 11 - Our record may be exchanged for His record

Page 12 - Jesus provides the way to Heaven

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Page 13 - Salvation is a gift
Page 14 - The gift is received or rejected
Page 15 - Repentance and faith
Page 16 - The broad way and narrow way
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