This pocket-sized publication is designed to carry in your pocket or purse to give to a non-believer. With a thorough gospel presentation and suggestions for Christian growth, this book will help readers to understand why the gospel is indeed the very best news ever and to grow in their new faith.
Paperback | 408 pages | Ray Comfort
“I bring you good tidings of great joy which will be to all people” (Luke 2:10).
The word “gospel” means “good news”—and who couldn’t use some good news these days? The first four books of the New Testament, called the Gospels, contain the very best news ever heard: the message of how you can have eternal life.
- The Ten Commandments
- Introduction by Ray Comfort
- Why Christianity?
- Gospel’s of Matthew, Mark, Luke, & John (NKJV)
- Common Questions About the Christian Faith
- Principles for Growth
- Understanding the Biblical Gospel
With commentary adapted from The Evidence Study Bible (a finalist for the Gold Medallion Book Award), this pocket-sized edition is designed to carry in your pocket or purse to give to an unsaved person. In addition to the eyewitness accounts of the life, ministry, death, and resurrection of Jesus of Nazareth–the greatest Person who ever lived–skeptics can find answers to commonly asked questions such as: How do you know God exists? Who made God? Why do bad things happen? How do you know the Bible is true? How could a loving God create Hell, and more.
With a thorough gospel presentation and suggestions for Christian growth, this publication will help readers to understand why the gospel is indeed the very best news ever and to grow in their new faith.
Table of Contents:
The Ten Commandments
Introduction by Ray Comfort
Why Christianity (read text here)
Gospel of Matthew (NKJV)
Gospel of Mark (NKJV)
Gospel of Luke (NKJV)
Gospel of John (NKJV)
Save Yourself Some Pain (read text here)
Seek and Save the Lost