A group of elderly muslim men gathered. Each of them wear punjabi pants with a kumma on their head. Everyone is listening carefully to the man in the center of the group. What are they listening to?

We can see a similar scene in Acts. Apollos was good at speech and very knowledgeable about the Bible. He, however, knew only about the baptism by John the Baptist. Meanwhile, he learned the exact gospel from Priscilla and Aquila and then powerfully declared in public that Jesus Christ is the only Savior for every human being. He was no longer a bystander who knew of Jesus. Now, he totally became a witness for the gospel which is good news.

Are you a bystander or a witness for the good news? Traces of a witness can be seen only in the life of a person in whom Jesus lives after the person has been crucified with Christ as Galatians 2:20 says. In full strength, let’s go forward in the strong belief of the gospel that we already know about.[GNP News]

 

For he powerfully refuted the Jews in public, showing by the Scriptures that the Christ was Jesus. (Acts 18:28_ESV)

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