Tag: Gospel Message
The Kindness of God
“And rend your heart, and not your garments, and turn unto the LORD your God: for he is gracious and merciful, slow to anger, and of great kindness, and repenteth him of the evil.” Joel 2:13 Have you ever worked on a puzzle? Can you make out the complete picture […]Read More
The True Gospel Message
Apostle Paul, the great missionary had not given his life to please men (see Galatians 1:10-12). He was not teaching a “feel good” doctrine, or a comfortable non-confrontational Gospel. Paul had given his life to be the “servant of Christ.” In that, he could only faithfully teach the truth of […]Read More
God Gives the Increase
Paul, the Apostle, understood the importance of the message he was to deliver: Jesus, God’s Son, lived a perfect life, died on the cross paying for man’s sin, and rose again the third day. This was a message the world did not, and could not understand. It is a mystery […]Read More
The Excellency of the Power of God
Paul had been called to be a light to the Gentile people, telling them of the Gospel message of Jesus. He wanted all to understand each person is a sinner (see Romans 3:23), and that all would die an eternal death unless they trusted in Jesus (see Romans 6:23). Paul […]Read More
A Religion, or a Relationship?
A religious practice had so engrained itself into the Israelites during the New Testament times that the people no longer realized they were to look for their Messiah: for their hearts had become hardened. When Jesus came and died to set them free from their religious system, restoring the relationship […]Read More
Are you Bold to Speak of Salvation?
In the very early days of the church, there was a boldness of sharing the Gospel message of Jesus Christ (His death, burial, and resurrection). Peter was the first to preach to the crowds, calling the people to a time of repentance and belief in Jesus. When he preached, many […]Read More
A Very Important Message
Shortly after Jesus ascended into heaven, Peter preached the Gospel message of Jesus to the Jews in Jerusalem. One reason was because they had rejected Jesus, crucifying Him, and many of them had witnessed that crucifixion. They were guilty for His death. “23. Him, being delivered by the determinate counsel […]Read More
Do you Understand?
Have you ever had an event happen in your life that brought great sadness? Did that same event bring confusion as to the plan God had at that time? One cannot help but remember an event from the Bible. Jesus had been crucified. The disciples, scattered. After three days, the […]Read More
A Heart of Unbelief
The Gospel Message of Jesus is available to anyone who will receive it. However, one must not only believe that message, it then must be received into one’s heart and life by faith. “For unto us was the gospel preached, as well as unto them: but the word preached did […]Read More
There are many people in our lives with whom we become acquainted. However, one must be cautious that those we spend the most time with have a true knowledge of Jesus and a love for God’s Word. We are to understand that words alone do not make one a child […]Read More
About This Book
Learn foundational truths that God showed his people from the beginning of time–truths that you will see echoed and fulfilled by the familiar word of the New Testament. And with these principles of the Bible, you can apply them to your own Christian life and become more like Jesus.Learn foundational truths that God showed his people from the beginning of time–truths that you will see echoed and fulfilled by the familiar word of the New Testament. And with these principles of the Bible, you can apply them to your own Christian life and become more like Jesus.
About The Author
M. J. Ross taught the Bible for many years and learned that there were many people who didn’t understand God’s Word. This realization was the basis for organizing The Biblical Path of Life into a Bible study. After using this study to teach the Bible, many hearts and lives were changed because of the understanding of how the Bible fits together with a purpose – to reveal Jesus.