Comm 101 Persuasive Speech Outline

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Communication 101 Persuasive Speech Outline
Organization: Problem-Solution

Audience analysis: My audience consists of one 39 year old female who is college educated and works part time. It also consists of one 37 year old college educated male who is also currently in the work force and one 18 year old female who attends trade school and is currently in the work force. They are all Christians.
Topic: Living without God.

Rhetorical Purpose: To inform my audience about what life with Christ can be like and to persuade them to accept Him as their personal Lord and savior.

Redemptive Purpose: The problem one faces of living life without Christ is that they are living by their flesh and not by God and His word. They will also have a
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II. Main Point 2. God tells us in 1 John 1: 9“If we confess our sins, He is faithful and just to forgive our sins and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness.” And again in 2 Corinthians 5:17“Therefore if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation. The old has passed away; behold the new has come.”
A. We all know that humans have a good side and a sinful side by nature. However through Christ we can redeem ourselves and live a new life in Him.
B. God’s grace pours out love, kindness, and favor to all who chose to trust in Him. To receive this you just have to be in a relationship with Him. Through Christ we can change our wrong doings. Things such as making poor decisions, having bad habits, shameful behaviors, and other areas that we need God to change in us.
C. However many fear of the Lord’s condemnation and therefore do not seek Him out because of this fear. Though once we do accept Christ into our hearts, we have then been declared His own and forgiven and now under His grace. Bailey N. (2004). Personal Struggles. How God Changes Us.
1 Peter 5:5-7 “If we refuse to humble ourselves and receive His grace, then there is no relationship. As we come to the Lord and tell Him how we are falling short in those areas then He will meet us in that need with His grace. God is not demanding that we change ourselves. Instead He asks us to come to Him in honesty and faith, and cast all our cares on Him.”

Transition: This brings me to
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