on February 6, 2019
GOSPEL MEANS “GOOD NEWS.” The Greek word is evangelion. The words evangelist and evangelism derive from this same Greek root. Remember, evangelism is about good news; it should be joyful. …
… Sharing good news is a joyous experience. We need not dread evangelism. Paul offers a joyful witness and believes that whatever the future holds, he will continue to rejoice in witnessing.
—Max O. Vincent
Because of This I Rejoice: Reading Philippians During Lent
From pages 39 and 42 of Because of This I Rejoice: Reading Philippians During Lent by Max O. Vincent. Copyright © 2018 by The Upper Room. All rights reserved. Used by permission of Upper Room Books. Learn more about or purchase this book.
What good news can you share today? Share your thoughts.
Rejoice in the Lord always; again I will say, Rejoice.
—Philippians 4:4, NRSV
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