A Gentle Response

How do you help someone when you cannot relate to their issue?  In the book of Acts, Peter was bold enough to have a conversation with a man who was struggling with something that he could not identify with.  We can reach those who need the gospel, but we must first offer them a foundation of love.  In this message, Dr. E. Dewey Smith, Jr. presents us with the perfect example of how to be gentle when encountering people from all walks of life.  The Apostle Peter talks to the man and not about him.  We won't be able to transform our community if we are offending, judging, and insulting them at the same time.  The foundation of the gospel is love and we must remember this in our daily walk with God and man.

Acts 3:1-5


Type: Sermon




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