Ultimately, I’m sure that many nonbelievers have heard the gospel of Jesus Christ in those days. The training was very meaningful because it gave us not only the head knowledge but also it opened a platform to practice what had been taught to us. The lecture materials were well prepared and it helped to present the gospel interestingly. The only advice which I can think of is in that training we were taught salvation by using the word ‘FAITH’ acrostically and it’s very persuasive and clear enough for being a Christian. In the same way we were asked to present the gospel by using five fingers to explain the word ‘FAITH’ and my concern is whether or not nonbelievers are able to grasp the gospel in full. According to me most Burmese Buddhists do not have an idea of the beginning and destiny of human being. Therefore, whenever I get chance to present the gospel to the Burmese Buddhist I first ask them their idea about the beginning and end of Human being.
It’s my sincere Testimony!
Thank U & God bless…