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Why is it Urgent to Share the Gospel?

There are several reasons why it is urgent to share the Gospel:

  1. Time is short: The Bible teaches that this life is temporary and that we will all stand before God one day to give an account of our lives (Ecclesiastes 3:1, Romans 14:12). Because of this, it is important to share the Gospel message as soon as possible, so that people have the opportunity to respond to Jesus before it is too late.
  2. People are lost without Jesus: The Bible also teaches that all people are lost without Jesus and that we are all in need of salvation (Romans 3:23). Sharing the Gospel is an act of love and compassion, because it offers people the opportunity to be reconciled to God and to have eternal life through faith in Jesus.
  3. The world needs the Gospel: The world is filled with pain, suffering, and injustice, and the Gospel provides hope and healing for these problems. Sharing the Gospel with others allows us to be a part of bringing this hope and healing to the world.
  4. God commands us to share the Gospel: Finally, it is urgent to share the Gospel because God commands us to do so. In Matthew 28:19-20, Jesus tells his followers to “go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you.” This passage, known as the Great Commission, is a clear command from Jesus for believers to share the Gospel with others.

There are many good reasons to share the Gospel with others, and it is important to be faithful to this calling and to do so with a sense of urgency.


Evangelist Daniel King, D.Min is on a mission to lead people to Jesus. He has visited over seventy nations preaching good news and he has led over two million people in a salvation prayer. He is often called “The Evangelism Coach.” Daniel loves helping churches grow, and inspiring believers to share their faith with the lost. To support King Ministries in our quest for souls, click here!