Fruit that Remains

Personal witnessing vs. mass evangelism

David Brandt Berg

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I have very little faith in mass evangelism. The proportion of changed lives to the numbers of the crowds is too small. In a weeklong series of public meetings, for example, maybe a thousand people will raise their hands when the speaker asks, “Who wants to receive Jesus?” or, “Who wants to go to Heaven?” Well, I’m sure those who believe and sincerely  . . .  read more

Did God Make a Mistake?

David Brandt Berg

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Did God make a mistake by putting Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden, where they wound up making their own choices—the wrong ones? (Genesis 3:6).

Did God have to confess failure by the Flood, in that He had to wipe out all mankind for its wickedness? (Genesis 6:5-7).

Was the Tower of Babel a total disaster, and was the confusion of tongues a catastrophe? Or was it necessary to accomplish God’s purpose to humble and scatter man over the face of the earth? (Genesis 11:1-9).

Was . . .  read more

Mountain Men

David Brandt Berg

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When Jesus climbed the mountain, He left the multitude behind. “And seeing the multitudes, He [Jesus] went up on a mountain, and when He was seated His disciples came to Him” (Matthew 5:1).

Mountain peaks are never crowded. Why? Because its hard work getting there. Not very many people desire to climb mountains. It’s lonesome, and you have to leave everything behind to do it. You’re likely to get lots of scratches and bumps, and it might even cost you your life.

But . . .  read more