What is the Good News according to Jesus?

What is the Good News according to Jesus?

In Christianity, the gospel, or the Good News, is the news of the imminent coming of the Kingdom of God (Mark 1:14-15). It perceives this as saving acts of God due to the work of Jesus on the cross and Jesus’ resurrection from the dead which bring reconciliation between people and God.

What was the Good News before Jesus died?

The good news (Gospel) was that the awaited for Messiah, or Christ, was here. That wait was over. All were called to repent of their sins and accept this God-sent, God-annointed man who fulfilled the prophecies, was standing there with them (one of his names, Emanuel, is God is with us).

Why is the Gospel called Good News?

WHY IS IT CALLED GOOD NEWS? When we hear the word “Gospel” in the New Testament, it’s a word that means “Good News”. If you didn’t know, the New Testament was originally written in Greek. So this word “Gospel” in Greek is “Euangelion”.

What does the Bible say about spreading the Good News?

Matthew 28:19-20 Sharing the good news of the gospel isn’t simply a suggestion. It’s a command that Jesus set out for us: to be the catalyst for eternal heart change in our neighbors and throughout the world as we share God’s Word with others.

Do you have to spread God’s word to go to heaven?

Even if there is a heaven you don’t need to spread God’s word, those who want to find out can read the Bible. I think all he want’s is for you to follow his 10 commandments. You have a better chance to get to heaven if you are more humane than spreading his words.

Will I go to heaven with tattoos?

If you know what the Bible teaches about what takes a person to Heaven; having tattoos does not disqualify you from getting into Heaven. Bible strongly forbids it, and also it can also cause some skin problems in the future. In Heaven, we will have a glorified, and incorruptible body that is perfect without sin.

How important is the gospel in our life?

The Gospels are your most important resource in a study of Christianity. Christians obtain most of their knowledge and understanding of Jesus from the Gospels. Christians regard the Gospels as the Word of God and often treat them with more awe and reverence than other parts of the Bible. Gospel means ‘good news’.

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