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Understanding the difference between justification and sanctification can be as important as understanding the difference between salvation and damnation. Rightly dividing between the two is of…Continue
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The word “Gospel” comes from the Greek eujaggevlion and means “good news." The good news is that Jesus died for our sins, was buried, and rose from the dead (1 Cor. 15:3). By this gospel we can be…Continue
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Jesus is both divine and human at the same time. Therefore, in the one person of Jesus are…Continue
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The Bible is God’s Word. But some of the interpretations derived from it are not. There are…Continue
YOU WILL BE MY WITNESS
A Gospel Tract Workshop
By Warrior Richardson, Instructor
Develop drawing skills and learn to use them to present the good news about Jesus Christ in a fun and exciting way.
This workshop consists of eight 4-hour sessions for a total of 32 hours. The first two hours of each session consists of learning to communicate the basics of the Christian faith clearly. The last two hours consist of learning basic drawing skills.
For more information go to www.warriorrichardson.com.
The objective of this book is to help Christians present the Good News about Jesus Christ with their personal testimony. Since every Christian has been born again he has experiential knowledge about a spiritual reality, namely conversion. He has been transformed into a new creature. These things are real. These events actually occurred. Therefore, even if the person who has experienced these things doesn't understand them, he can still tell people what happened.
The “I AM’s” of Christ
Many false religions claim Jesus is not God because He never said, “I am God!” I say He did, on more than one occasion. Let’s examine Jesus; self-declarations:
Jesus is both divine and human at the same time. Therefore, in the one person of Jesus are two distinct natures. This is called the Hypostatic Union. But, this isn't all we know about the person and work of Christ. Jesus also occupies three main offices: Prophet, Priest, and King.
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