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All articles & reviews tagged with evangelistic

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December 2000
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Saved in a shipyard

I was born in Newcastle-upon-Tyne in 1926 but not into a Christian family. When I was not quite three years old my mother died. My father remarried and I went to live with my grandmother, who was an old-time Methodist. She taught me many things about the Lord and about the Bible. She used…

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December 2000
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Good news

The gospel is the good news of what God has done for guilty sinners in and through the Lord Jesus Christ The gospel is good news in contrast to the awful predicament we are in because of our sin. Sin is the breaking of God's law, and we are all guilty of it. 'All…

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December 2000
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The joy of forgiveness

Does anyone want to be sad? There are some people who give that impression, but no one really wants to be miserable. We all want to be happy. David, King of Israel, did too. A king has no shortage of wealth, servants or any other means to make him happy. David could have called…

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December 2000
Articles > Evangelistic

Who is Jesus?

Jesus Christ is many things. He was the greatest moral and religious teacher this world has ever known. But, says the Bible, he was, and is, much more than that. He is the only Priest with direct access to God. He alone can forgive sins. And, as the personal stories printed in this paper…

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December 2000
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The new birth

During the early ministry of our Lord Jesus Christ, a Pharisee, whose name was Nicodemus, came to the Lord and engaged him in conversation. After Nicodemus had acknowledged that Christ was a true teacher and that he had come from God, the Lord began to speak about the necessity of the new birth. Jesus…

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December 2000
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Illness and joy

I was born 53 years ago in Ness (Isle of Lewis) to loving, godly parents. When I was two my father, who was a Free Church of Scotland missionary, was sent to Grimsay (North Uist) where he served for five years. These were happy days, although there were no roads, cars, electricity or running…

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December 2000
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Mental breakdown

My clearest memories of childhood are images of violence and fear. With my sisters, I watched helplessly as my father, in his drunken rages, beat and abused my mother. I remember when this became too much for me and, as an eight year old, I rushed at my father crying, 'Stop it, stop it…

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