The Way of the Master sheds light on an almost-forgotten biblical key that has the power to unlock the door to the human heart. This is a proven and effective way of making the gospel make sense to the unsaved. It’s so rooted in the Scriptures that once you see it, you will forever wonder how you could have missed it. It’s the biblical principle of bypassing the intellect (the place of argument) and speaking directly to the conscience (the place of the knowledge of right and wrong)—the way Jesus did.
This volume is a great tool that will teach you how to share the message of the gospel simply, biblically, and without fear. You will become equipped to confidently lead anyone—friend, family member, coworker, neighbor, or stranger on the street—to a clear understanding of repentance and what it means to be a true and active follower of Jesus Christ.
In the Logos edition of The Way of the Master, you get easy access to Scripture texts and to a wealth of other resources in your digital library. Hovering over Scripture references links you instantly to the verse you’re looking for, and with passage guides, word studies, and a wealth of other tools from Logos, you can delve into God’s Word like never before!
“It was A. W. Tozer who said, ‘Before God uses a man, God will break the man.’” (Page 2)
“The gospel is a promise of righteousness, not a promise of happiness, and it therefore may also be offered to those who are enjoying the ‘pleasures of sin for a season.’” (Page 37)
“the call of the gospel is universal and is not confined to the unhappy, ‘hurting’ world, as” (Page 37)
“If you have an ear to hear, you will find that many of today’s preachers fill their churches by teaching legitimate life-changing principles. However, although these principles are helpful for daily living, they fail to unmask sin and self-righteousness that keep vast numbers of false converts sitting in a fool’s paradise, comfortable in the pews, thinking they are friends with God when they are still His enemies.” (Page 26)
“Consequently, the evangelist sees his job as one of unmasking the world’s promise of happiness and contrasting it with the true and lasting happiness that Jesus gives. From there arises the ‘Jesus is better than beer’ mentality. This is demeaning to the name of Jesus, and totally unnecessary. There’s no contest between Jesus and beer, because happiness isn’t the issue.” (Page 39)
Ray Comfort’s teaching is right on. I’m glad he’s out there.
—Joni Eareckson Tada
I have over one thousand books on evangelism, soul-winning, and revival in my personal library and none of them are worthy to be compared to this book.
—R. W. Jones, president, Word of Truth Ministries
Compelling and arresting book.
—Dr. D. James Kennedy, former pastor, Coral Ridge Presybterian Church, Fort Lauderdale, Florida
A powerful light in the darkness of our times.
—Dr. Jerry Falwell, founder of Liberty University
Ray Comfort cohosts (with Kirk Cameron) the award-winning television show, “The Way of the Master.” He’s the author of more than 50 books, including The Evidence Bible (a 2002 Gold Medallion Award finalist). His ministry has been commended by Franklin Graham, David Wilkerson, Dr. D. James Kennedy, Leonard Ravenhill, Joni Eareckson Tada, John MacArthur, Josh McDowell, David Jeremiah, Dr. Jerry Falwell, and many other Christian leaders.
Kirk Cameron played Mike Seaver on the hit sitcom Growing Pains and Buck Williams in the Left Behind movies. Along with Ray Comfort, he cohosts the award-winning TV program “The Way of the Master.”