The Good News - Introduction

The good news is the glorious gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Son of God, who died for our sins, was buried, and rose again from the dead.  He promises eternal life to whoever believes in Him.  John 3:16.

Here are some simple presentations of that gospel.

  • So Great A Salvation - Many people don't have a clue regarding salvation. The need of salvation, the way of salvation, and the result of salvation are clearly presented.
  • How Many Times Have You Been Born? - Jesus said to a religious leader of the Jews, "You must be born again." The good news is that you can be born again.
  • The Woman at the Well - An immoral woman had an encounter with Jesus Christ. He changed her life, providing living water for her thirsty soul.
  • Three Words of Assurance - If you died today, would you go to heaven. Most people reply, "I hope so." You can know that you are saved for eternity.
  • One Mediator, The Man Christ Jesus - Today we live in an age of pluralism, surrounded by supermarkets of religious faith. But there is only one way to God. Jesus is the way.
  • Isaiah's Gospel - Seven hundred years before the birth of Christ the prophet Isaiah foretold His birth, public ministry, death, burial, resurrection, and second coming. Really!


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