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Publisher's Summary

Understand, this book is not written to make you feel bad or condemn you if you have not engaged others with the gospel message. This book is written to encourage and inspire you. Even though pastor and author Greg Laurie is a gospel-presenting professional, in this book he tells stories of his own failure and success. The most important things you will find here are biblical principles that you can apply yourself. Taken from the life and witness of Jesus, and tested over Greg's 40 years of ministry in both one-on-one experiences and large-scale evangelistic arena and stadium events, these ideas are intended to mobilize every person in the church to Tell Someone about Jesus Christ.

©2015 eChristian (P)2015 eChristian

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always a great read by Greg Laurie

simply put and easy to apply. it's not about what we say or do. it's being willing to allow God to say and do through us.

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Should have been read by the author

Solid book. If you have the opportunity to read vice listen, do that. My guess is a lot of people who get this book have heard Greg Laurie's voice. It's distracting hearing this other voice. I don't know why he didn't do the recording.

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Great book!

Awesome book! Very inspiring to get out there and share the message of Christ. I purchased the audio book as well. Great way to pass the driving time with awesome content.

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Could be the 2nd most important book you consume

"Tell Someone" could be the second most important book you consume, whether you listen here as I did or read. Inside Greg Laurie reminds, encourages and lays out a plan you can follow to share your story and the good news of the gospel with others.

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Every Christian should read/listen to this book!

This book is full of information and steps on how to lead some to Christ. The reader had life and there was never a dull moment. The message was so clear and understandable.

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The Gospel is not a change of address

Laurie presents the gospel as a change of eternal address. He says the Good News is that He isn't going to torture us forever just to cause us unimaginable pain as He does most of creation. Laurie tells us God loves us but that love has a time limit, then it turns to hate. unimaginable hate. Laurie says that Jesus wasn't serious when He was speaking to the Rich young ruler. Laurie reverses the command of Christ to go and teach people to do all that He commanded us. Laurie would have Jesus say "Go and teach the world that it is impossible to do all that I have commanded you.."

Jesus came to save us from our sins, not the consequences of our sins.

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