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April 1, 2014
Every year around this time, churches encourage their congregations to invite their non-Christian friends to an Easter-Sunday service. While it is never a bad idea to invite an unbeliever to church, such campaigns can communicate the wrong idea to the congregation-namely, you don't need to evangelize; just bring people to church and let the pastor explain the gospel. This may come as a relief to those who feel unable to do the work of evangelism, but inviting people to church isn't the only solution-nor does it address the need to fulfill this God-ordained duty of all believers.
One of the reasons people struggle with evangelism is they don't feel confident they can explain the gospel clearly. If that's a struggle for you, or someone you know, we want to help. As Resurrection Sunday approaches, consider equipping yourself so that you can faithfully explain the gospel at every opportunity (1 Peter 3:15). We trust the following resources will aid you in that endeavor.
Over the coming year, leaders from all over the world will be gathering to discuss the critical doctrine of inerrancy, and Grace to You will be a part of that. To stay informed, we encourage you to follow @theinerrantword on Twitter.
What is prophecy? Did the definition of prophecy change after the Old Testament? The answers to these questions will likely determine whether you believe the gift of prophecy still exists today. Continuationists, even conservative ones like John Piper, define prophecy in such a way as to allow for uncertainty and false predictions.
This month we're looking at the importance of biblical discernment. Blind faith is as dangerous as unbelief, and the Lord gave us the ability to think critically for a reason. So over a couple weeks, we're going to consider the biblical formula for true discernment. Click here for this series.
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