According to Ethnologue 2013, there are more native Spanish speakers than English speakers in the world.
This means there is a lot more work to do in Spanish than in English.
I speak in an unknown tongue around Spanish speakers. They can’t understand a word I say.
When your tongue is unkown, Paul says to speak with understanding or be quiet.
“Yet in the church I had rather speak five words with my understanding, that by my voice I might teach others also, than ten thousand words in an unknown tongue.” – 1 Corinthians 14:19
Being quiet is not an option for an ambassador, and five words make for short lessons: Cristo murió por nuestros pecados.
So, an interpreter translated our printed dispensational chart into Spanish.
It is now available for purchase in Spanish and English at www.DispensationalChart.com
Now Spanish speakers don’t have to be confused by what I say, they can read it in their own language.
This chart can start to deliver the Spanish world from the mass of the Catholics, and the mess of the Charismatics, and make them see the fellowship of the mystery of Christ.
For His glory,
Justin “embajadores de Cristo” Johnson