Read Luke 4:16-30.I haven’t been back to my hometown of West Monroe, Louisiana for several years. Each time we go, though, it seems like a different place. After being baptized by His cousin John and experiencing temptation in the desert, Jesus went back to His hometown of Nazareth. He already gained a reputation as a … Continue reading Discipleship Minute – Luke #8
Read Matthew 28:16-20On July 20, 1969, Neil Armstrong became the first human to walk on the moon. But, after Americans landed on the moon, there were calls to stop further missions. After six subsequent missions, we stopped going to the moon and haven’t been back. Years before, John F. Kennedy gave the nation the goal … Continue reading Discipleship Minute #35
Read Acts 17:22-31Paul was committed to sharing the knowledge of salvation through Jesus Christ with everyone he met. When he came to Athens, the great city of culture, learning, and philosophy, he was struck by the many temples and idols to pagan gods. On the Areopagus, Paul shared the message of Christ with the Athenians. … Continue reading Discipleship Minute #30
Coming to us from the Greek, euaggalion, gospel means “good news.” It generally refers to the first four books of the New Testament, the record of Jesus’s life and teachings, and the message of salvation available through His death and resurrection.Gospel also denotes something that is believed implicitly to be true.
Jesus died for our sins and rose from the dead. Repent and trust Him.