Israel Music Videos: How to Share the Gospel in 3 Minutes

Israel Music Videos

Over the past few months, we’ve been considering the use of 21st Century tools in evangelism. We started with social media and explored in detail how to take advantage of its capabilities to reach the unsaved through articles and infographics. I’m full of joy to see many believers add this digital provision to their evangelistic toolkit. Afterward, we began a series on the use of Israel music videos.

It’s been a while since we started with the series, and as I promised, I will be sharing a few tips on how to share the Gospel through music, just like we are doing as a ministry.

You would remember from the last article that I said one of our God-given mandates as a ministry is to preach the Gospel through music. It’s been years fulfilling this mandate, and we cannot be more grateful to God for always standing by us and blessing our efforts.

By the grace of God, we’ve been able to reach millions in Israel through our music evangelism. But beyond taking advantage of digital tools as a ministry, we are also committed to training believers on how to do the same in their own evangelistic efforts. Nothing but that reason is the rationale behind this four-article series about our Israel music videos. But before we talk about ways to take advantage of the capabilities of music in personal evangelism, I would like us to have a brief recap of all we’ve learned up to this point.

So far, we’ve seen how King David used his God-given talent as a musician to sing seventy-three (73) spirit-inspired Psalms, many of which are about redemption. Psalm 16 is one of songs with lyrics pointing to the Messiah. In verse ten David said, “For You will not leave my soul in Sheol, nor will You allow Your Holy One to see corruption.”

After further studies in the New Testament, we discover that David’s song in this Psalm was about the Messiah’s resurrection (Acts 2:25-27; 13:32-34). Yeshua came years later and fulfilled this prophecy.

Psalm 32 was another text that we examined. In verse 7 of this Psalm, King David sang that God would surround him with songs of deliverance. We found out after studying this text and a few other portions of Scripture that David was speaking of our deliverance or redemption from the bondage of sin.

In my opinion, the fact that David shared these glorious truths about God’s love through singing is instructive for us today (both as individuals and as great commission media ministries). You see, evangelism doesn’t always have to be done through preaching, or verbal sharing, alone. Yes, that’s what the Apostles did in the early days of the church. But we can adopt music and other creative methods to witness the saving grace of Yeshua to the unsaved in Israel just as King David did when singing about the promised Messiah.

I’m thankful to God that we were able to explore that in detail in our last article about the power of the Gospel and music combined.

In our previous discussion, we hashed out how music unifies everyone, communicates emotion, and captivates attention. But that is not all. I also mentioned that music allows us to share the Gospel on the go – while in transit, at home, at work, anywhere! In case you’ve not read those articles, you can check them out here, here, and here.

Now in this final article of the series, I will be sharing practical ways you can use music videos to preach the Gospel in 3 minutes. If I guessed right, you are probably thinking, “How is that possible?!”

Well, the good news is that I will be sharing the steps that our ministry and several others have proven to be effective in Jewish evangelism ministries. As you read and apply them, I trust God that you will have even better results than we’ve had to this day.

Sharing the Gospel in 3 Minutes

1. Pray

Jewish evangelism ministriesPrayer is an essential part of evangelism. The New Testament recounts several instances of the Apostles praying about the spread of the Gospel (Acts 4:23 – 31; 16:16; Colossians 4:2-3; II Thessalonians 3:1). Yes, music captivates attention, but that alone cannot birth a life-changing encounter in the hearts of men.

As I’ve grown in faith, I’ve come to know that supernatural results in evangelism are birthed prayerfully. So, the first thing to do before sharing any evangelistic content, whether articles, Israel music videos, testimony videos, or whatever, is to pray for the recipient(s).

2. Share Links to Music Videos on Social Media

I couldn’t agree more with the saying that the internet has become the second home of many 21st Century people, young and old alike. Today, people go to bed at night chatting on social media and wake up in the morning to continue their dialog.

In my opinion, that’s an open door for us to reach the unsaved. Nothing stops us from sharing the Gospel on social media platforms like Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and the like.

We have a number of high-quality, creative, Spirit-inspired Israel music videos here and on our YouTube channel that you can use for this purpose. It only takes a few clicks and swipes on your smartphone to share a song with your friends or followers.

As I mentioned in the last post, three of our evangelistic Hebrew songs recently had over half a million views in Israel on YouTube and Facebook – all within two weeks! Will you join hands with us and help us fill every digital space with the most important news of all time – the Gospel of Yeshua? I outlined some helpful tips on how to do that here.

3. Recommend Follow-up Materials

While a 3-minute music video may not fully convince people that Yeshua is the long-awaited Messiah of Israel on social media, it often leads to a direct message, a friend request, or even an exchange of contacts. When this happens, ask the person if they don’t mind you sharing more with them. If you get a yes, feel free to get on our website or YouTube channel to find suitable resources to share.

Wrap Up

Following the tips above, you can preach the Gospel in 3 minutes by sharing evangelistic music videos. Creative media ministries in Israel like ours are doing this, and the Gospel seed is being sown in the lives of millions. As you begin to take advantage of the capabilities of music in sharing the Gospel, make sure you stay prayerful. Regardless of the method, supernatural results in evangelism are always birthed prayerfully.

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