I'm not saying change the message, just the manner in which you are sharing it.
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It would really depend on the circumstances. Since I can't see you and you can't see me, I can't show you the example of my life. I can tell you, I can give you scripture. However, I will not compromise the gospel as gdimate suggests. There are many organizations that do good works within the community, but only true Christian churches have the power of the gospel. So the gospel can never be a side dish. It must be the main course, not the only course, always, but the main course. The point of side dishes is to accent and support the main course, not the other way around. Social programs are great, they meet needs but they don't meet the ultimate need of human kind.
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