On the episode “do you have to add to your voice?“, we established that every believer should speak up about their faith. However, when you decide to be bold and vocal about your faith, the fear of questions and what-ifs may pop into your mind. You may be concerned about someone asking a question that you are unable to answer correctly. Or you could imagine scenarios about how things may turn out when you speak up.
So, how do you overcome this fear of questions on the faith? What do you do about the unfavourable what-if scenarios that you imagine?
On this episode, I shared ways to deal with it so you can boldly speak up about the faith.
Listen, learn and enjoy!
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“Notwithstanding how you see yourself, God sees a mighty vessel to be used for His purpose.” – Pst Emmanuel Iren
In addition, if you are asked a question and can’t correctly respond, please, know that it is okay to say that you don’t have an answer at that moment. You can then go ahead to refer the person to someone who may be able to help. Or you can offer to search for the correct answer to share later. Doing this is much better than sharing an incorrect answer. Also, despite the outcome of the situation, it should motivate you to prepare better and not stop you from speaking up in the future.
1. Am I being fooled? by Pst. Emmanuel Iren (This is a free book so click on the title to get it.)
2. One thing you can’t do in Heaven by Mark Cahill
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