The Gospel Of Jesus Christ

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When sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ, we must have a heart for God, because if we have a heart for God, we can have a heart for His people. Through evangelism, we can reach the non-believers in effort to convert them over to Christianity, so they can experience the love of Jesus Christ. Evangelism is the core, the heart that leads non-believers to salvation. As they repent and confess their sins, they become a part of Jesus Christ family, and the power of the Holy Spirit is imparted into them (Doerksen, 2012, p. 3). “Believers in many nations look to Christianity as the foundation upon which to build their societies” (Yung, 2011, p. 44), and the same was true during the time period of Apostle Paul. Apostle Paul speaks to the Corinthians and Colossians of the importance of sharing the Gospel, and to make sure Christ always gets the glory. Therefore, when he addresses the people of Corinth, he explains that his authority comes from the Holy Spirit. Paul wanted the Church of Corinth to rely on the power of God, and not on their spiritual gifts they had received. His intention was not to persuade them with eloquent language, but only through power of the Gospel. In II Corinthians 4:1-4, Paul explains to the people of Corinth, because of God’s mercy we do not give up, we keep pushing and preaching. In addition, he explains there is nothing deceitful about his preaching, but the Lord has blinded certain individuals, and the only way the blinders will be removed is
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