Mark 8: 27-30; Luke 9:18-27.
So often we assume which people we know will want to talk about Jesus, and which ones won’t. But how can we know that? Our own assumptions can come out of our pre-conceived ideas, judgements, and prejudices, but when it comes to talking about Jesus, most of the time our assumptions are likely to get it wrong! 67% of people already know someone who is a Christian, so why would they not expect us to talk about Him?
Jesus visited many villages, towns, and cities. People talked about him and the things he did. But who is Jesus? This is a key question that Jesus asked his disciples: “Who do people say I am? Who do you say I am?”.
We can all talk to people about Jesus, so what are we going to say? Who is Jesus for you?