Be patience and understanding when sharing the gospel

The most common problem for Christian nowadays, when they share the Gospel, and then when someone suddenly offended them, they entertain or they insult back.
They already know the rule of preaching the word of God. Be ready about those who rebuke and exhort. The best thing to do is be patience and understanding.

How can people know that what you’re saying is true if you don’t reflect it by your actions?
Remember, argument is different from sharing. Argument is fueled by hate, and pride, while sharing is fueled by love, and care.
Be humble yourself. Don’t think that you are superior just because you know the Gospel.


Remember that everyone’s spiritual journey is unique, and it is not solely up to us to convert or persuade others. Our role is to share the message of the gospel with love, respect, and patience, trusting that the seeds we sow will have their own timing to grow and flourish.

Allow the other person to express their thoughts and concerns. By actively listening, you demonstrate that you value their perspective and are genuinely interested in understanding them. This can create a more meaningful and respectful dialogue.