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# 00107 :  going too far
how does one know when to stop telling someone about GOd, well, not really stop telling them but not harping on the person so much that they are turned away from JEsus? i have many hindu friends and i dont know how to approach them with the love of God that i desperatly want them to know. im caucasian so i probably dont understand as well as a person from India.. please help me. in his love.. etoile
Post by : etoile  View Profile    since : 21 Mar 2006


Reply by : George P. Koshy   View Profile   Since : 21 Mar 2006 4:13:56 PM Close
Dear 'etoile,'

The best way is to start with your testimony. If it won't agree with your walk, then they will figure it out, whom to believe. When you tell your testimony, then you have the responsibility to walk accordingly. We are asked to walk in light, because "God is light" and we are the children of light.

Start simple, continue the dialogue. Try to understand their difficulty in understanding you. Apostle Paul went to where they worshipped and found an idol with an inscription, "The unknown god." Can you do that? Personally, I don't know you. So I stop here.

By the way, the Indo-European race is known as 'caucasian' race.

Shalom malekim!!!

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Reply by : etoile   View Profile   Since : 21 Mar 2006 11:43:43 PM Close
sorry, i didnt realize that the indo-european race was caucasian, i just didnt want to write "white" but thank you, i do understand that my testimony has to line up with my walk..i am trying to understand their culture more and i went to prayers with my friend one time and surprisingly it led to much talk about religion and she asked me for a Bible a few weeks later..but if anyone else has anything to say on this matter...
in his love
etoile
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