Have you ever met someone with whom you wanted to share the gospel, but you couldn’t because they didn’t speak English? You can now (with the touch of your finger) present a clear biblical gospel in twelve different languages.
We have compiled three two-and-a-half-minute gospel messages in twelve languages that can be downloaded onto your iPod in the form of a questionnaire, a straight gospel presentation, and an open air preaching message.
No longer do you (or any missionary) have to actually learn a language before you can use it to present the message of everlasting life. This simple application will help you to communicate the gospel to those who don’t speak English (the “2:8” is from Acts 2:8: “And how is it that we hear, each in our own language in which we were born?” ).
How does it work? Imagine you wish to witness to a French person but you don’t speak French. You simply touch the French icon on your iPod screen, and it will say (in the French language) the words: “I’m doing a quick questionnaire. Do you have a few moments? All you have to do is answer Yes or No.” The French person answers “Oui” [Yes]. Then the Christian touches “Continue” on his screen, and he hears in French, “Do you think there’s a Heaven? Yes or no.” Whether he answers “Yes or no” he hears “If there IS one, do you think that you are good enough to go there--are you a ‘good’ person? Yes or No?"
Then the GM 2:8© presents the entire gospel in a questionnaire form in his language, over the next few minutes. It does this in French (Parisian and Canadian), English, German, Spanish (Neutral and Castilian), Dutch, Italian, Russian, Japanese, Chinese (Mandarin) and Turkish. GM 2:8© also has an open air preaching feature, where you can either repeat each foreign phrase or let it do the preaching for you. The Christian simply plugs his iPod into a larger amplifier, touches the applicable icon and an entire three-minute Gospel message is presented in any one of the twelve languages.
Again, no longer will Christians have to spend years learning the language of the country in which they wish to witness. GM 2:8© does it all for them. It can also be used for those who want to share the gospel, but are fearful and don’t know what to say: www.100Languages.com
Added Bulgarian language. Fixed various bugs.
Ratings and Reviews
Do appreciate LivingWaters for such an app, among so many other high-quality witnessing products
What can I say, this is one of the first apps I download about a year ago when I first got my iPhone, and still find it useful. Thanks Ray Comfort and all of you at Living Waters. You do put out high-quality products, articles, and straight-to-the-ponit witnessing and evidence for truth (or evidence that those against the Bible truth don't really seek truth, just whatever let's them believe that something as amazing as this world and humans was never created with a reason in mind). I live in China and the GM2:8 is a big help. Have seen no problems so far with GM2:8, and trust that many others will find this product useful. Thanks again.
A Very Practical Tool - Thanks!
I can't speak Spanish, but I was vacationing in St. Helena, CA (Napa Valley Area) on a busy Saturday in early October 2013, and was street witnessing with my friend Russ (a fellow Ambassador Academy brother) while our wives shopped & browsed, and had 2 separate meaningful witnessing encounters with Spanish speaking young men - I handed each of them a Spanish tract, said "Jesus Christos," pointed to my heart, then I said "la eternidad" and pointed up to heaven - they nodded, and I played the Spanish GM28 gospel presentation for them on my IPhone close to their ear - both of them listened intently, and afterward, they genuinely shook my hand - it's the best witness I could be for Christ, given the circumstances, so praise God for using GM28 to fill the gap to get the gospel message delivered! - Eric Thompson; Kansas
Neat, but needs more languages.
Hi, I think this is a great idea for an app. But could you add other languages like Romanian. Right when I needed it to share the Gospel with someone who spoke Romanian I couldn't find the app on my iPod Touch (obviously not the developers fault :) ), but even if I had had it at the time it wouldn't have had Romanian. I found a Tract by Living Waters in Romanian on the internet to show him so thank God for that and that there was internet nearby.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.