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Speech and the Spirit

We’ve got to move beyond the question, “Is every Christian an evangelist”?

I had a go at moving the issue forward in my series of articles and talks entitled “speech and salvation,” focussing mainly on Paul’s letters. Tony Payne in a recent Briefing article addresses the same question in a more comprehensive and practical way. He asks:

How does becoming a Christian change the way we speak in manner and content, to one another and to the world?

Tony explores how the Holy Spirit transforms our speech, and asks us to be intentional about our hearers, considering all the different kinds of people we might speak the gospel to:

I commend the article to you.

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