Greek Lesson #21 Gospel

The Greek word for gospel is Euaggelizo (yoo-ang-ghel-id’-zo). An Evangelist, or preacher of the gospel is called Euaggelistes. The gospel is known as the good news or glad tidings.

In all of the Greek literature known throughout history, the word euaggelizo was only used four times. In all of these cases, it implied an event that seemed ‘too good to be true!’ Extraordinary phenomenal great news. The writers of the new testament all agreed on the use of this phrase throughout scripture.

When Jesus spoke about the Gospel of the kingdom, to many it seemed unbelievable. Even though it is engraved in our sub-conscious to be superior to all things of the earth, the return to a status greater than Adam seemed too good to be true, even if you’ve seen it with your own eyes. But let the word of God be true and every man be a liar (Rom 3:4). Who has believed His report?

It may seem too good to be true, but the Way has already been made for you. Believe and receive this gospel:

You will have everlasting life                         (John 3:16)
You don’t have to earn it                         (Eph 2:6)
You will have peace of mind now                 (Is 26:3,Phil 4:7,8)
You don’t have to buy it                         (Acts 8:20)
You are already healed                         (1 Pet 2:24)
You dont have to believe another report        (Is 53:1)
You don’t have to lack for anything                 (Ps 23:1, Matt 6:32)

You can stop saying ” I’m just hanging in there” and say
“I rule as a king (or queen) on this planet. I have the authority and power to move darkness out of any place I see fit.” (Luke 10:19)

You can stop saying “You never know what will happen next” and say “I’m informed and in tune with God. He knows and tells His people what’s going on and what is going to happen.” (Amos 5:7John 14:26,16:13) You can stop saying “The devil is busy” and say

“Every knee must bow and every toungue must confess that Jesus is Lord!…even now!..” Enough small talk…

When you act and sound like Jesus (represent) satan doesn’t know the difference between you and Jesus. The light shines in darkness and the darkness doesn’t understand it (John 1:5). People may say satan doesn’t understand what you’re saying when you speak in the spirit, but he doesn’t even understand English when we say “Lord, I love you, My sister I forgive you, thank you Lord for all you can ever do is love me” (He does understand “I bind you in Jesus name!”) We rule the earth with a God given permission. The meek will inherit it. This is good news. We cannot go against someone else’s will, but we can inform those who are ignorant about the good news, that they might accept this gospel.

God is too good not to be true. God is too good not to share. Spread these glad tidings