GUEST: RAY COMFORT, author, So Many Lions, So Few Daniels

Before being martyred in Rome, the apostle Paul wrote to the younger pastor Timothy with this final exhortation:

…be sober in all things, endure hardship, do the work of an evangelist, fulfill your ministry” (2 Timothy 4:5).

The message is the same for all Christians today. We are living in a day where wickedness abounds and is flaunted openly. We are living in a day where ear-tickling teachers are rampant within the professing church, who lead listeners away from sound doctrine and saving faith.

In the midst of this, man’s most desperate need is still the same for every person, everywhere—to be saved, born again, justified by God.

The alternative (someone, anyone dying without trusting in Christ) should gnaw at our souls. Hebrews 10:31 says, “It is a terrifying thing to fall into the hands of the living God.”

Ray Comfort, the author of a new book we are featuring titled, So Many Lions, So Few Daniels, and president of Living Waters, a ministry committed to evangelizing the lost and training believers to reach them, is our guest this weekend on The Christian Worldview. He will explain how every Christian is called to “do the work of an evangelist” and how to turn everyday conversations into gospel conversations.

Ray will also answer some of the tough questions, such as:

  • What if someone doesn’t believe the Bible is true?
  • Is repentance a part of saving faith or an added work?
  • How does God’s sovereignty and man’s will dovetail in salvation?

And finally, we will hear about Living Waters’ huge evangelistic drive being undertaken during this summer’s coronation of King Charles in England.


Like Daniel in Babylon, Christians today are exiles in a hostile culture. Every day, we face the lions–the easier road of moral compromise, the lure of earthly wealth and influence, the temptation to give in to our fears or our apathy. Yet we are called to obey God rather than man, and we need courage to do it.

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