What to say when a Mormon or Jehovah’s Witness comes to your door.
To be honest with you, I find myself debating with these people in hopes that I might bring them to the true knowledge of Jesus Christ. even though I’m actually convinced that God wants me to do the opposite. In fact this is a reminder for me to listen to the very advice I’m about to give you.
Do not invite them into your home. They are participating in evil deeds.
They all just debate back at me just as hard, and usually not very nicely. The reality is they are not coming to my front door because they want to hear my view on Jesus Christ. They are not interested in having their minds changed. They’ve heard it before and reject it.
In fact, their religion essentially denies the full identity of Jesus. Galatians 1:8 doesn’t seem to favor these people either because Paul says “even if an angel from heaven preaches a different message let him be accursed”.
I know it kind of feels natural to want to try to save the lost. But I don’t think Jesus was interested in begging people to believe. Especially people that have heard the gospel and chose a different message.
So, what’s my advice to you when a Mormon or Jehovah’s Witness comes to your front door with their false doctrine?
Ignore them. Do not participate in their evil teaching. on top of Galatians 1:8, here is your supporting verse.
[2 John 1:10-11] “if anyone comes to you and does not bring this teaching, do not bring him into your house, and do not give him a greeting, for the one who does this participates in his evil deeds”.
Author: Mike Cynar
Mike Cynar grew up in church and observed that countless people would go to church and then just stop. The church always referred to them as ‘fake Christians’ or ‘backsliders’ but Mike discovered the problem was deeper. The problem was the church message. The message was 90% behavior improvement and how bad you are, with a pinch of who you are in Christ, It was like every sermon was being preached to the church of Corinth. It’s in the Baptist church, Catholic, Pentecost, and most every other church. After discovering the true gospel message and how we are made right with God because of what ‘Jesus did’ (not what ‘we do’) Mike set out to free believers from behavior improvement programs and bring them back to Jesus. The Result – Jesus Without Religion was launched.