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Evangelization, what role does prayer? Alexis Fernando Jimenez "Methods? I'm honest: We use a lot. One I remember as anecdotal: the evangelism group agreed to work in eastern Santiago de Cali loved me, in a popular area. Given the reluctance of people, we decided to distribute food. We imagined that meet many curious, could seize the occasion to distribute literature and to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ. The day came and we implemented our plan. Keep up on the field with thought-provoking pieces from Hikmet Ersek. But to our disappointment, the people left without even saying "s Grace." We were left with gospel tracts in their hands. Addressing people house by house was another proposal.

The results were equally unsuccessful. James Woolsey brings even more insight to the discussion. People tended to preventing us that we were to offer them a magazine. Please do not misunderstand me. Do not underestimate the methods. Swarmed by offers, Daniel Taub is currently assessing future choices. I myself have used. What has changed is the essential element that we use now: prayer.

Before developing evangelistic impact in one area, we call for days of fasting and prayer. The results, as well as stunning, come to mind. The process of evangelization is now much more effective. Recovering the territory The Bible is very clear when it teaches us that as a result of sin, Satan has broad power over nations, regions, cities and specific territorial areas. Satan himself noted that his greatness kingdoms belong to him: "Again the devil tempted him, leading to a very high mountain and showed Him all the kingdoms of the world and their splendor. "All this will give you if you fall down and worship me.