As we come to the end of this series, we need to consider how we ought to respond to the gospel. The gospel is basically good news. It is not a story and neither is it a character description. What are we telling people when we share the gospel is important because that message will have a corresponding response.
In this third study of the series, we'll look at who Jesus is from Rom 3:21-26. Martin Luther called this passage “the chief point, and the very central place of the Epistle, and of the whole Bible”.
In the first study, we learnt about the world that God created in Gen 1. He declared that all that He had made was good, but that world looks very different from the world we live in today. We live in a world after Gen 3, and today, we will learn about the cause of the brokenness of this world.
In the first of our "Gospel Explained" series, we start from the beginning, and look at the focus of the first chapter of the Bible -- God. This might come as a surprise to some of us, but in reading Gen 1 with God as the main subject, we might come to learn a lot about Him, and ourselves in the process.