Knowing the Gospel: The Good News of Jesus Christ Made Simple

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Lola Richey, Dec 12, 2011 - Religion - 100 pages
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Knowing the Gospel: The Good News of Jesus Christ Made Simple is an inspirational and accessible Bible-based primer on Jesus Christ and His message, and teaches how a reader in the twenty-first century can achieve salvation through this most important first-century figure. This book answers simple question like What is the Gospel? Who is God? Who is Jesus? What is a Christian? How to become saved? What is salvation? Is there life after death? In Knowing the Gospel, readers are introduced the "Good News" of the four Gospels, which tell of Jesus' identity and historical times through the lens of both Old Testament and New Testament writings. Readers learn about sin and repentance through the story of the Apostle Paul, who turned from persecuting Jesus' followers to following Him himself. While sin is inevitable, readers will be heartened to learn that faith and trust in Jesus will lead them to eternal life in Him as Christians. The book concludes with a joyous invitation to salvation.
  

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Contents

Who is Jesus Christ?
1
History Through the Four Gospels
6
The Good News and the Gospel
11
The Good News Explained by the Apostle Paul
23
Kingdom of God Explained 21
41
Go Tell the Good News 27
51
Jesus Christ Rescues People from Sin 29
54
What God Requires for His Gift of Salvation 33
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Final Points to Remember 41
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Conclusion 45
82
Salvation Call 47
85
References 57
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Author Lola Richey is a native and lifelong resident of South Carolina and a believer of Jesus Christ. She is a graduate of Winthrop University in Rock Hill, South Carolina with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, with an Accounting Concentration. The Author obtained her law degree from the University of South Carolina School of Law (Juris Doctorate) and Masters of Taxation (LL.M.) from the University of Florida College of Law. She is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) licensed in the State of Maryland and studied at Erskine Theological Seminary in Due West, South Carolina.The Author is married to Rodney W. Richey and has two sons, Jonathan and Joseph.

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