All believers have the duty to tell at least one person or a number of people (nonbelievers} about the good news of the gospel.
The words “good news” and the word “gospel” basically mean the same thing. In order to tell someone about the gospel, first, we must know, understand, practice the gospels ourselves.
The first four books of the new testaments are what are called the gospels. The four gospels are Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John, some of the scriptures in these gospels may be worded a little differently because they were written by men, and that also depends on where each writer got their information from, plus the men who wrote these gospels make mistakes too. Some people make the wrong assumption if it is written in the bible, it has to be mistakes free.
If you are not already a believer, please consider becoming one soon. As soon as you you become a believer, things you never noticed before start appearing in your mind, such as actually living in peace at your current residence.
All believers should know, understand and obey all of God’s and Jesus’s commandments, laws, and rules, that way you can be a better witness. Some of the people on earth have not heard or understood the gospels, therefore someone must not just tell them but also explain the gospel to nonbelievers.
God has put it on my heart that there is an urgency that we do this, I do not know if this has to be done soon, but then again, I do not understand God’s or Jesus’s reasoning. I am using this blog to spread the good news; you can use any method that is available to you to spread the gospel.
This is what I am telling everyone else on earth including some believers, to read and study the Bible often, and obey all of God’s and Jesus’s commandments, laws, and rules, but as humans, we do fail sometimes. The real good news is now no human on earth has to die a spiritual death, which means your spiritual being can live forever in heaven or someplace else.
The four gospels are about Jesus, how he was born, lived, and died. How Jesus was born is important, how he lived is important too, but what his death did is the main reason for this good news. Before Jesus was born and also before he died, every human on earth had to die a spiritual death.
While this good news may not be important to nonbelievers, which are the main people we are supposed to tell about this good news. Nonbelievers do not know God, Jesus, or the Holy Spirit, so they probably will not have any idea of what you are talking about when you tell them the good news.
Tell nonbelievers what Jesus has done for you, if you have any evidence of what Jesus did for you, by all means, show it to the nonbelievers. If you have seen any miracles that Jesus performed tell them about that also. You will have to try to convince nonbelievers to accept the good news, but you do not have to twist their arms to make them accept the good news.
You see, thousands of years ago God intentionally or unintentionally made a law, that he is unable to change, the law states “The wages of sin (the penalty of sin} is spiritual death. Satan loves that law because he knows God cannot change it, even if he wanted to.
With that law in place, Satan knew every human on earth would have to die a spiritual death, thus increasing the chances of all humans ending up in hell. Satan knew that no angel could be used to change that law, plus no human could die and come back to life again, and that is what it would take to abolish this law.
God outwitted Satan again on this one. He sent Jesus his son to be born a human through a human woman, therefore for all practical purposes Jesus was a human, even though his father was not a human. Jesus could die a spiritual death for everyone and come back to life again, to break that law’s grip on all humans.
That is what you should try to make unbelievers understand, and give it your best shot, if you are successful in that effort you will have turned another nonbeliever into a believer, if you are not successful with that person(s), keep trying, and if you are not successful at that, you have done your job.
by: Sandra M. | Photo: Commons Wikimedia