Boldly Proclaiming the Gospel of Christ
Boldly Proclaiming the Gospel of Christ
Romans 1:16
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Sunday Afternoon Service,  June 29, 2008

Every Christian bears the responsibility to proclaim the gospel of Christ. With our deeds, and especially with our words, every believer must testify to the lost of the saving power of the Gospel. However, all of struggle to fulfill this responsibility. Some of us are shy, whereas some of us do not feel fully qualified to answer every question that an unbeliever may present. What is the key to overcoming these obstacles and becoming bold witnesses of the Gospel? In Romans 1:16, the Apostle Paul shows us how each of us can boldly proclaim the Gospel of Christ.

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