Be flexible in your approach to share Christ's faith. Be prepared to make a fool of yourself initially. Carefully read any literature you intend to use as you share. Don't ask, "Are you a Christian?" Almost everyone will answer, "Yes, of course!" leaving you speechless! Find out in other ways whether they are or not. Don't argue. Remember, you may win the argument but lose the person. Philemon 6 (The Living Bible) reads, "And I pray that as you share your faith with others it will grip their lives too, as they see the wealth of good things in you that come from Christ Jesus."✞
"Oh! As I went out one winter's night, A leprechaun I spied,
With scarlet cap and coat of green, A cruiskeen (a small jug for holding liquor) at his side.
He hammered and sang with his tiny voice, And I drank his mountain dew:
Oh! I laughed to think he was caught at last. But the fairy was laughing too,
With eager grasp I caught the elf - 'Your fairy purse!' I cried.
'I've given it away,' he said, 'To the lady at your side.'
I turned to look - the elf was gone; And what was I to do?
Oh! I laughed to think of the fool I'd been: And the Fairy was laughing too." (Author Unknown)✞