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Practice Sharing Your Personal Testimony

  • Write out your testimony, using the three-point outline. Practice reading it aloud several times.
  • Ask a person you know to allow you to share it with him or her.
  • Ask God to guide you to a person with whom you can share.
  • Introduce your testimony by saying, “May I share with you the most wonderful thing that ever happened to me? It changed my life!”
  • In concluding your testimony, ask, “Has this kind of experience happened to you?”

Below is a sample worksheet for preparing your personal testimony.

My Salvation Testimony

“May I share with you the most wonderful thing that has ever happened to me?”

1. My life before receiving Christ:

2. How I received Jesus Christ:

3. How Jesus Christ makes my life meaningful:

“May I share with you how something like this can happen in your life?”

My Recovery Testimony

“May I share with you something that means so much to me?”

1. My life seemed fairly normal until . . .

2. I discovered hope and help in Jesus when . . .

3. I am glad I have a personal relationship with Jesus today because . . .

“May I share how something like this can happen to you?”

Darrell W. Robinson, People Sharing Jesus, (Nashville, TN: Thomas Nelson Publishers, 1995), pp. 203-207

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