For I am not ashamed of the gospel, for it is the power of God for salvation to everyone who believes, to the Jew first and also to the Greek.
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Material Using this Verse
In this introductory lesson, Mike looks at a key passage in the first chapter that summarizes the entire epistle.
Matthew lists the names of those chosen by Jesus to be His special messengers, and reviews the instructions and warnings Jesus gives them before sending them out on their first solo mission. (Matthew 10:1-42)
In this lesson, we get an overview of how Mark sets out to prove his opening declaration that Jesus is the Son of God. (Mark 2:1-4:34)
Paul begins his epistle by explaining the universality of sinfulness and how it has affected mankind. (Romans 1)
Mike reviews the history, author, recipient and context in which the letter to Titus was written. (Titus 1:1-4)
In this section, Paul lays out both the problem and Timothy's proper response to resolve the trouble being caused by the false teachers at Ephesus. (I Timothy 1:1-11)
In this final part of Jesus' ministry in Galilee, Luke continues to describe Jesus' miracles but adds a section explaining how He prepared and sent out disciples on their first missionary journey. (Luke 8:4-9:50)
In this lesson, Paul defends against attacks by the false teachers in the Thessalonian church by listing the credentials that identify true ministers of God's word in every age. (I Thessalonians 2:1-3:13)
In this lesson, we see how to share your faith with people of different religious backgrounds. We also examine four principles of evangelism found in the New Testament.