Gospel for All

    "You shall be my witnesses, both in Jerusalem and in all Judaea and Samaria and as far as the uttermost part of the land."

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  1. Good News for All Nations - {PDF Copy- (The Gospel of the Kingdom of God is a message of hope for men and women of every nation)
  2. The Message of the Gospel - {PDF Copy- (The church is called to proclaim the Good News of the kingdom of God in every inhabited corner of the earth)
  3. Both Jew and Greek - {PDF Copy- (The equality of Jew and Gentile before God is a key theme in Romans – both stand or fall on the same basis  Romans 1:15-16)
  4. Righteousness, Wrath and Salvation - {PDF Copy} - (Paul argues from plight to solution as he presents his gospel to the churches in Rome)
  5. The True Seed of Abraham - {PDF Copy} - (Jesus in the true “seed” of Abraham, the heir of the covenant promises, and our inheritance is based on faith in him)
  6. Blessing to the Nations - {PDF Copy} - (The covenant promise to “bless all nations” in Abraham finds its fulfillment in Jesus, the true “seed of Abraham”)
  7. Heir of the World - {PDF Copy} - (According to Romans, the land promised to Abraham encompassed the entire world, not just the land of Canaan)
  8. All are Heirs in Jesus - {PDF Copy} - (Returning to the custodianship of the Law means rebuilding walls between Jew and Gentile, but you are all one in Christ - heirs of Abraham)
  9. Inheritance of Abraham - {PDF Copy} - (In Jesus, the original land promise to Abraham is transformed to encompass the entire creation – 2 Peter 3:10-14)
  10. Incomparable New Covenant - {PDF Copy} - (In his death, Jesus inaugurated the promised and vastly superior new covenant, rendering the old one obsolete)
  1. Forgotten Christian Hope - {PDF Copy} - (Central to the hope of the early church was the bodily resurrection of the dead at the return of Jesus)
  2. Sin, Death, Gospel, Resurrection - {PDF Copy} - (In Romans, Paul presents his gospel from humanity's plight due to sin to the resurrection of the dead and the New Creation)
  3. The Death of Death - {PDF Copy} - (The arrival of Jesus at the end of the age means the termination of the “Last Enemy” - Death)
  4. Future Glory - Resurrection - {PDF Copy} - (The Apostle Paul links the bodily Resurrection of the saints with the New Creation. The promised redemption includes both – Romans 8:1-23)
  5. Firstborn of the Dead - {PDF Copy} - (In Colossians, Paul emphasized the exalted position of Jesus that resulted from his death and resurrection)
  6. The Dead in Christ - {PDF Copy} - (Paul reassured believers concerning those who had died in Christ and their full participation in the future resurrection)
  7. Sorrow Not - Resurrection Hope - {PDF Copy} - (Foundational to the hope of the church is the bodily resurrection of believers that will take place when Jesus arrives from heaven)
  8. Everlasting Glory - {PDF Copy} - (Paul reminded Timothy of Christ’s resurrection since false teachers were denying the future resurrection)
  9. Perfection in Resurrection - {PDF Copy} - (Paul expressed his goal of going on to perfection, a process that will culminate in our physical resurrection when Jesus returns)
  1. The Mission of the Church - {PDF Copy- (The mission of the church between now and the return of Jesus is to announce the Good News of his Kingdom to all nations)
  2. Kingdom of God or Christendom? - {PDF Copy- (The deception of ‘Christendom’ is the attempt to invoke God and Jesus to validate national institutions, political ideologies, and cultural values)
  3. The Key Sign of the End of the Age - {PDF Copy- (Matthew 24:14 - Jesus declared, definitively, that the “end” will not come until “this gospel of the kingdom of God is proclaimed to all nations”)
  4. Upon These Last Days - {PDF Copy} - (The age of fulfillment began with the death, resurrection, and exaltation of the Son of God - Hebrews 1:1-3)
Mountain Sunrise Photo by Mary Pokatova on Unsplash
Mountain Sunrise by Mary Pokatova on Unsplash


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