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Ain't That Good News? Jesus Christ Offers Eternal Life To Whosoever Believes In Him, Including You

Did you know that Jesus Christ offers eternal life in the Kingdom of God to whosoever believes in Him?

If you ain't know. Well, he does. Now you know.

Ain't that good news? That is what the Gospel of Jesus Christ is - good news.

Ain't it good news that Jesus the Lord was born into the world, in Bethlehem, Israel, through a virgin named Mary around 2,000 years ago? Yes, that is good news.

He spent his toddler and adolescent years in Egypt, eventually returning to Israel, at what age the Holy Scriptures do not reveal. But the Bible does tell us that He increased in wisdom and stature, and in favor with God and man.

Christ Jesus started His earthly ministry, after John the Baptist had introduced Him and paved the way for Him, and was called the "Lamb of God."

He is also known as the Lion of Judah, King of Kings, Lord of Lords and Immanuel. ("God With Us.")

Ain't that good news? The Lord lives among His people, right now through His Holy Spirit, aka the Comforter. He will return and live, physically with us in the everlasting Kingdom of God.

Yes, that is good news.

Christ Jesus's whole life on earth was marked by one miracle after another. His miraculous birth, being the only man ever born of a virgin, is enough to end all miracles.

But there is a lot more.

Christ performed innumerable miracles, during his earthly ministry, such as healing the blind, the chronically ill, the diseased, raising a man named Lazarus from the dead and His own resurrection from the dead.

In fact, the Holy Scriptures tell us that the whole world does not have enough space for the books that would be written, describing the things and signs Jesus showed and performed with his disciples as witnesses. (John 20:30; 21:25)

Ain't it good news that He arose from the dead, after being buried in a brand new rock-carved tomb, after He was wrongly sentenced to death by crucifixion?

He is risen and alive forever more. And, He offers the gift of eternal life to whosoever believes in His divinity.

That's the Gospel, aka the good news.

"Ain't That Good News", also known as "Good News" is a song written and performed by soul singer Sam Cooke, released in 1964. A modernization of an older gospel song of the same title, it was a number one hit on the R&B charts.

The Gospel of Jesus Christ is a number one hit on the universe's charts.

You are not too far gone to walk in rhythm with the Lord's will. If you ask Him to come into your life, confess your sins to Him, ask Him to forgive you, sincerely repent and believe in the Gospel, then He will be closer than a friend forever.

He will grant you the desires of your heart, according to His purpose and will. He will give you the gift of eternal life, as long as you sincerely believe in Him and walk in His rhythm of life.

Ain't that good news?



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