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Habit # 6: Active Witness

Habit # 6:
Active Witness

The Seven Spiritual Habits of a Maturing Messianic Jewish Faith

Repeating the Series Theme:
Discipline is an active pursuit toward personal development.
Spiritual Discipline is living out G-d's expectations for his people to learn of him
and to actively accustom themselves to living their lives his way!


The sixth spiritual habit is an Active Witness. Messiah Yeshua commanded us very clearly: "You shall be my witnesses!" Each of us has a personal responsibility to tell people who Yeshua is, and to actively look for opportunities to share about him with others. Since it is true that many of our Jewish people are less than enthusiastic to hear about our belief in Yeshua's Messiahship, we need to understand that our greatest witness is living out an observable Messiah-like life. Yet this does not negate our responsibility to also boldly and publicly speak about our faith.

Big Idea: Each of us has a personal responsibility to tell people who Yeshua is, and to actively look for opportunities to share about him with others.

1) What is the Spiritual Condition of People?

a) Spiritually Separated from G-d - Genesis 3:13-24

b) Spiritually Depraved - Genesis 6:5-8

c) Spiritually Dead - Ephesians 2:1-5

2) What are the ABC's of the Good News?

a) Admit - Genesis 3:13-21; Isaiah 53:6

b) Believe - John 3:16-17; 1 Corinthians 15:1-4

c) Commit - Psalm 37:3-9; Romans 12:1-2

3) How do we share the Good News in Unique Relational Opportunities?

a) Jonah 1:4-12

b) John 4:5-26

c) Acts 3:1-10

d) Acts 16:19-32

4) How do we share the Good News in Normal Relational Conversations?

a) 2 Kings 8:1-6

b) Mark 5:1-20

c) 1 Peter 13:15

d) 1 Timothy 2:2

Application: G-d will not be pleased with us if we hold back or hide our belief in Yeshua, nor should we be silent in the face of persecution and rejection. Do the people around you know you follow Yeshua as Messiah? Are you bold and thoughtful to engage others in conversation about Messiah? Remember that G-d expects us to be his active public witnesses!
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