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16 G. Campbell Morgan emphasizes that the message being delivered is a proclamation from the king . The connotation is that of an ambassador or personal representative who serves as the king's spokesman or mouthpiece .
Kērysso speaks of being sent by the king with a message . Evangeliző places the emphasis on the act of bringing to others the message . Evangelist The Greek noun evangelistēs , used three times in the Greek New Testament , appears in ...
We are to find room for both proclamation and appeal in our preaching if we would be true heralds of the King . ... It is not enough to teach the gospel ; we must urge men to embrace it . ? When the nature of the gospel is examined ...
In the Old Testament , the concept of repentance ( Heb . shub ) has to do with turning back or making an about face ( 1 Kings 8:47 ; Ezekiel 14 : 6 , 18:30 ) , whereas the New Testament word metanoeo ...
9 As King David reminisced , I thought on my ways , and turned my feet unto thy testimonies ( Psalms 119 : 59 ) . Derek Prince , Greek scholar and former professor of philosophy 42 THE EFFECTIVE INVITATION.
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Prior to dealing with the how-to's of the invitation Dr. Strett lays a foundation for its legitamacy by providing a history of the invitation event begining in the O.T. and ending in the 20th Century ... Read full review