and neglected parts of sermon preparation is the preacher’s own understanding of the Holy Spirit’s role in gospel communication. While the New Testament, in particular, the Book of Acts, is chalk full of examples of people being filled with the Holy Ghost (Acts 2:4, 4:8; 7:55: 13:52), the New Testament does not clearly answer the reasons why a dependence on the Holy Spirit is needed in gospel communication. Turning to the Old Testament sheliach principle, the reason becomes clear. Sheliach, in Hebrew
New Testament is composed different genres. These literary forms are Gospels, church history, letters and epistles and apocalypse. Gospel of the New Testament spreads the good news and the life Jesus. The books in the Gospel section include Mathew, Mark, Luke and John. The church history explains the early development and progress of the church. The early church history finds its basis from the consequences of the life of Jesus. Acts narrates most importance episodes of development of Christianity.
Lesson One: The Bible - God’s Revelation to Man The Bible is a unique book that was written by God through men over 1 600 years. In the Bible the Lord speaks to us. The Bible was written by 40 authors such as Moses, Samuel, Ezekiel Peter, James, John, Paul, and Matthew to name just a few. God used these men’s ability, and the Holy Spirit guided them into all truth, so that what they wrote clearly and fully expressed God’s will to men without error. In this sense the Bible can be fully trusted. It
church and the church doesn't seem to be as attentive to the issue as it was in the beginning. What is the church’s response to racism? I believe the best teaching on the topic is in the book of John. The story of the Samaritan woman is the heart of Jesus on racism. I want you to know that John is my favorite book; there are so many chapters, so many verses in there that are so special to me. I like John