How can a Christian make an unbeliever question his disbelieve about God ?

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  1. abbaelijah profile image74
    abbaelijahposted 4 years ago

    How can a Christian make an unbeliever question his disbelieve about God ?

    In this jet age, the world is becoming churchly and the church is becoming worldly everyday and everything about Christ is been  mixed up.
    Convicing an unbeliver to turn a new leave is differcult

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    sheilamyersposted 4 years ago

    There's probably nothing you can say to change the person's mind. However, the saying that actions speak louder than words is very true. If the unbeliever sees you acting the way Christians are supposed to, they'll start to wonder why you're such a good person. If they ask and you tell them it's because you follow Christ, they may begin to see God through you and go in search of the information that will change their minds.

    1. abbaelijah profile image74
      abbaelijahposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      Thanks for the comment Sheilamyers !

  3. dashingscorpio profile image87
    dashingscorpioposted 4 years ago

    I think one of the biggest turnoffs for non-believers is having someone attempt to "sell" them on religion.
    Change comes from within. People do not generally change unless (they) are "unhappy" with the results they are getting in (their) life.
    The best way to attract someone to your way of thinking is by living a happy fulfilling successful life. If someone observes how wonderful things appear to be going for you (they will inquire) about what it is you are doing different.
    "Free will" is the name of the game, not "force". Some people would rather attempt to "change the world" than to change themselves.

    1. abbaelijah profile image74
      abbaelijahposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      Thanks Dashingscorpio for the answer. it is really help ....

  4. mabelhenry profile image81
    mabelhenryposted 4 years ago

    Hi "abbaelijah" The only one capable as you put it of making an unbeliever question his disbeliefs about God is the person of the Holy Spirit who convicts and convinces the world of sin. Only He has the power to reveal truth and uncover error so that we can by faith believe God.

    A way to begin, would be intercessory prayer, because the Spirit searches the heart and can also bring about the changes needed as He successfully convinces the unbeliever. Every second of the day unbelievers make a decision and turn from sin and to God. How you asked, by prayer, would be my answer. The best place to start.

    Do you understand what a law is? It is a principle or principles that work all the time and every time, they will govern and dominant, unless superseded by another law. For the law of the Spirit of life in Christ Jesus hath made us free from the law of sin and death. For the unbeliever there is a law still in affect called sin and death and only the Holy Spirit can break the hold it has on and over them. The effectual fervent prayers of the righteous availeth much.

    Your question is indicative of one who cares about the condition of the lost. May grace and mercy open all doors for unbelievers to change their course and take heed to the Word and Spirit of God our two great heart changers.

    1. abbaelijah profile image74
      abbaelijahposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      Thanks for the answer. I appreciate it !

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    Mark Knolesposted 4 years ago

    I'm afraid you can only lead by example and hope for the best because some people have just made up their minds, but not all. What made me turn over a new leaf, was reading all of the positive messages from Christians. The spirit came over me and I have repented for my secular past.

    1. abbaelijah profile image74
      abbaelijahposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      ok !
      Thanks for stopping by to answer my question.

  6. lone77star profile image83
    lone77starposted 4 years ago

    First, don't!

    Tell them about Christ, his miracles, his mission of love and our need to return to the Heavenly Father, but if they don't seem interested in the message, leave them. That's what Jesus told his disciples. Dust off your shoes and go to the next person or town.

    Time is running out. There are too many people yet to be contacted for us to bother with those who don't want the message.

    I know. It's hard sometimes. I sometimes get caught up, myself. But we need to learn to cut our losses and move on to the next person.

    1. abbaelijah profile image74
      abbaelijahposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      Humm !
      That is true.
      THanks !

  7. TJenkins602 profile image60
    TJenkins602posted 4 years ago

    Forget it, you can't do that. You can share your testimony with an unbeliever, but after that it is up to God to work in the change. To try to force something down someone's throat would be messed up. You can pray for people, though.

    1. abbaelijah profile image74
      abbaelijahposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      ok, thanks for the answer !


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