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If You Want To Receive Good News From God, Read This Article

Everyone like to have wonderful goods and hear good news in the ideal world. Indeed, the Holy Spirit states in Proverbs 25:25 about the impact of good news, “As cold waters to a thirsty spirit, so is good news from afar.”

In Jesus' name, I pray that you will get good news this season. I want to make it clear to you today, beloved, that in the person of His only begotten Son, Jesus Christ, Almighty God is the fountain of good news.

Through the devil's introduction of sin, mankind received awful news of curses, misery, and limitation (Genesis 3:16-24). God, on the other hand, turned the bad news around by sending His angels to announce the arrival of the Good News on earth (Luke 2:10-11).

All other news we may define as good today is built on this Good News. Consider the nature of the angels' good news to humanity. To begin, the angels urged, "Do not be afraid."

When you examine the damage that fear has caused throughout history, you'll be grateful for the good news that man no longer has a need to be afraid. As a result of their fear, people have gone insane and done some truly heinous things.

Fear of death has motivated some people to join secret societies and practice witchcraft, both of which are abominations in the eyes of God (Deuteronomy 18:10-12, Proverbs 29:25). Paul was able to write in 2 Timothy 1:7 as a result of the angel's proclamation.

“For God has not given us the spirit of fear, but of power, and of love, and of a sound mind,” says the Bible.

The wonderful news provides tremendous joy to all people, according to the angel's word. To put it another way, any news that does not offer happiness is not from God. Furthermore, any message that professes to be good news must be intended for everyone.

Only the God of the entire universe could have done this. As a result, the good news of the Son of the Living God is for everyone, regardless of race, tribe, or social level.

What positive news do we have now? The Savior was born, and He paid the price for redeeming us from the repercussions of the bad news that sin entails. The eternal retribution meant for the human race has been wiped away by His sacrifice for those who have chosen Him as their personal Lord and Savior.

This is why, according to Revelation 21:4, God will wipe the tears from our eyes on the last day, and we will no longer be subject to death, sorrow, or agony. Our delight and hope come from this.

This joy and hope will be shared by anybody who believes the good news message is real and receives Jesus Christ, the Good News, as their Lord and Savior. Have you already completed this task?

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