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The Battle for Truth: Romans 1:18-19

The Battle for Truth: Romans 1:18-19
“18) For the wrath of God is revealed from heaven against all ungodliness and unrighteousness of men who suppress the truth in unrighteousness, 19) because that which is known about God is evident within them; for God made it evident to them.” ‭‭Romans‬ ‭1:18-19‬
From the time the serpent stepped into the Garden of Eden, truth has been under attack. Throughout all of human history, truth has been under attack. Paul makes it clear in Romans 1:18-32 that civilizations have come and gone because truth is under attack. Make no mistake in your thinking, the battles of the modern era are rooted in this same war against truth.
As we dig deep and analyze the first few chapters of the book of Romans, Paul identifies seven frontal battles in this age old war against truth. These battles are being fought on seven primary fronts. They are:
The battle for truth about the existence of God. The battle for truth about Creation and the origin of all things. The battle for truth about human origin, purpose and dignity. The battle for truth in the area of human religion, philosophy and ethics. The battle for truth about human sexuality, morality, decency and basic right and wrong. The battle for truth about personal responsibility, accountability and judgement. The battle for truth about the gospel and eternity.
I encourage you to read this list over and over again until the lights turn on in your thinking. Read it with your Bible open to the first three chapters of the book of Romans. Read with a highlighter in hand and take notes in your Bible as the Spirit of God illuminates you with insights about this battle.
Whether you care to accept it or not, you are caught in this same battle. The enemy of the human soul seeks to blind, confuse and enslave everyone, including you and me. His goal is to “suppress the truth about God in unrighteousness.”
Jesus made it clear in John 8:31-32, that victory comes to those who abide in God’s Word and discover the truth. In fact, He promised, “… you shall know the truth and the truth shall make you free.” Invite the Holy Spirit to bring a daily truth encounter into your life. Jesus promised that the Holy Spirit would guide believers into all truth. (See John 16:13)
Let me personalize this text. The Christian life is an ongoing journey of discovering truth and coming to freedom in each and every area of life. Welcome the journey. Invite the Holy Spirit to bring freedom and healing into your life. God’s people begin to shine for Him as they become trophies of grace, truth and freedom in the above seven area’s. Invite the transformation in your life.
Daily Bible Commentary By Terry Baxter: Cofounder of GoServ Global

God Has A Trigger Point: Romans 1:18-19

God Has A Trigger Point: Romans 1:18-19
“18) For the wrath of God is revealed from heaven against all ungodliness and unrighteousness of men who suppress the truth in unrighteousness, 19) because that which is known about God is evident within them; for God made it evident to them. Romans‬ ‭1:18-19‬
Since the time of the fall of Adam and Eve, a battle has been raging throughout human history. Satan as the master of deception has been trying to suppress the truth of God in unrighteousness. And no wonder, for John 8:44 exposes him as a lier and the father of lies. By contrast, in John 14:4 Jesus calls himself the way, and the truth, and the life… He is the only way to the Father.
Paul exposes this battle in Romans 1:18. He then makes the observation that God always shows up with His wrath to stop Satan and his evil schemes. There is a very real sense in which God’s wrath is Divine intervention. God always steps in before total evil can reign.
God intervened in the ancient world through Noah and the flood. He stopped the reign of evil. God intervened in Sodom and Gomorrah. He stopped the reign of evil. Throughout human history God has intervened time and again to stop the reign of evil in the world.
Here is the key, “unrighteousness always works to suppresses the truth!” Never forget this principle. It happens in nations and it happens to individuals. Satan wants to blind minds, obscure truth and lead people into captivity.
But the good news is that God always intervenes. He has a trigger point where He will let evil go no further. The goodness of God always steps in to prevent the ultimate reign of evil. Let me illustrate this concept in with a very fresh personal illumination.
I have a digital alarm clock next to my bed. I often wake up in the night and look over to see the time. This morning I woke up and looked over to see 3:33 on my alarm clock. I thought to myself, “Wow, that’s really interesting.” Then I starting thinking through the possible scenario’s. I could see 1:11, 2:22, 3:33, 4:44, 5:55 … but then I stopped with an astounding realization … I will never see 6:66 on my alarm clock. Why? Because right after 6:59, the big 7:00 suddenly shines across the screen.
This morning, I realized that God has left a witness of Himself in time itself. According to Revelation 13:18, the number 666 is the number of the beast. His goal is to rule and reign. He will push his evil and deception again in the end times, but his plans will be interrupted by the return of the perfect One. The number “7” in the Bible is the number of completion and perfection. Just like on my digital alarm clock, right at after 6:59, Jesus is going to return and prevent the reign of evil. Throughout human history, God has never allowed 666 to fully be achieved.
This small illumination about the nature of time itself was a major blessing to me this morning. I don’t know what time it is right now in the world. Many believe the end is very close. It might be 6:55… but I am not going to be overcome by a frenzy of fear, because I understand with great certainty that 666 will never be realized… because 7:00 is about the step in and intervene.
Gods Word is always exact. Did you notice what Paul said in Romans 1:18? “The wrath of God is revealed from heaven against all ungodliness and unrighteousness of men.” If you want to take this to the next level, read Revelation 19:11-16 and see the description of how the King of King and Lord of Lords is going to be revealed from heaven. He is coming with wrath against the evil one and all unrighteousness. He will stop Satan’s goal to rule and reign on earth with his full scene of evil.

Terry Baxter
State Representative Iowa House District 8

Becoming a 1:8 Christian: Romans 1:8

Becoming a 1:8 Christian: Romans 1:8
“8) First, I thank my God through Jesus Christ for you all, because your faith is being proclaimed throughout the whole world.” Romans‬ ‭1:8‬
Paul makes mention that the Christians in Rome were very zealous to to share their faith. They were a mission minded church. They began to emulate the dynamics of the those who brought the gospel to them. I personally believe they may have been evangelized by Christians from the church in Thessalonica. Paul hints of this in 1 Thessalonians 1:8; “For the word of the Lord has sounded forth from you, not only in Macedonia and Achaia, but also in every place your faith toward God has gone forth, so that we have no need to say anything.”
This mission mindset may have had roots in Acts 1:8. It was there just before His ascension that Jesus said to His disciples; “but you shall receive power when the Holy Spirit has come upon you; and you shall be My witnesses both in Jerusalem, and in all Judea, and in Samaria and even to the remotest part of the earth.”
Jesus wanted every Christin to be a personal evangelist. In fact, it would not be stretching the teaching of Jesus to conclude that one sign of being Spirit Filled is a zeal and fruitfulness in sharing the gospel.
When taken together, these three verses paint the heart of the early church. Every Christian was active and not passive in sharing their faith. Jesus gave birth to a World Changing Movement.
Are these three 1:8 references coincidental? I sincerely doubt it. I believe they are providential. Ask God to transform you into 1:8 fruitfulness. Join the ranks of being a 1:8 World Changer!
Glimpse into a World Changer: Romans 1:9-10
“9) For God, whom I serve in my spirit in the preaching of the gospel of His Son, is my witness as to how unceasingly I make mention of you, 10) always in my prayers making request, if perhaps now at last by the will of God I may succeed in coming to you.” Romans‬ ‭1:9-10‬
Paul loved preaching the gospel, ministering to people and being on the front lines of where God was working. He was committed to building new believers and watching them grow into mature and fruitful followers of Christ.
God literally used Him to raise up the first and second wave or gospel workers who carried the Christian faith across Asia Minor, Macedonia and into Rome itself. This guy was a living, breathing, walking and talking catalyst for Jesus Christ.
These two verses illustrate that point. They give us a glimpse into Paul’s prayer life and and his life ambitions. He literally ate, drank and breathed missions. In Philippians 1:21 he said; “For to me, to live is Christ and to die is gain.” That was indeed the mantra of Pauls life.
Not everyone can have the focus and intensity of Paul for missions, but certainly God wants His people to move in that direction. Jesus made it clear in John 15:8 that God wants every believer to be fruitful for His glory.
The modern church is like a service station to patch people up so they can go their merry way through life with as few bumps, bruises and hurts as possible. The early church was a radical transformation center that changed people from the bottom up and give them a new focus, purpose and calling in life. The modern church turns out people with a religious bent. The early church turned out World Changers.
Paul didn’t care how he got to Rome, he just wanted a slice of the action for the glory of God. When he finally arrived, he didn’t get there sailing buisness class. He arrived in chains as a prisoner of Rome. But he became a spark that changed course of human history.
These two verses give us a glimpse into the heart of the Apostle Paul. His passion, love for Jesus and fire for the gospel were contagious. Ask God to infect you with this same passion for missions. Step into the sandals of Paul for just a few weeks. Sign up for a short term missions trip with GoServ Global or your church. Make this your transition year into becoming a World Changer for the glory of God.
Keeping the Old Sword Sharp: Romans 1:11-12
“11) For I long to see you so that I may impart some spiritual gift to you, that you may be established; 12) that is, that I may be encouraged together with you while among you, each of us by the other’s faith, both yours and mine.” Romans‬ ‭1:11-12‬
In these two verses Paul reveals his heart toward others. He longed for the believers who lived in Rome. He wanted to meet them and build them up. The idea of “imparting some spiritual gift to them” had in it the root idea of “enhancing their grace walk with Jesus.” He wanted to impart value to their spiritual lives and service.
I do not believe the Roman believers were deficient in any of the manifestations of the Spirit spoken of in 1 Corinthians 12-14. Rather, I believe Paul was talking about mentoring them in daily Christian living, fruitful ministry and godly wisdom.
Let’s face it, the Christian life is very opposite of secular values. In fact, it is a radical culture shock for a worldly non-Christian to enter into the “ways of God” that accompanies salvation. When someone is born-again a change takes place on the inside that is hard to comprehend or understand. Inner values begin to change. Paul longed to be present and guide the new Roman believers through this transformation process.
Verse 12 reveals the underlining mystery of true ministry. You cannot pour into others without being blessed yourself. When you encourage others, they encourage you. This is part of the bond of genuine Agape love.
This mystery has shaped my view of discipleship. It is never a one way street. Paul understood that even the newest believer could speak into his life as well. When you pour into others it becomes reciprocal. Iron sharpens iron! You stay sharp by helping others become sharp. Paul knew he could learn from the Romans as well. He was forever a student. He longed to keep his old sword sharp.
Very Different People But The Same Message: Romans 1:13-15
“13) And I do not want you to be unaware, brethren, that often I have planned to come to you (and have been prevented so far) so that I may obtain some fruit among you also, even as among the rest of the Gentiles. 14) I am under obligation both to Greeks and to barbarians, both to the wise and to the foolish. 15) Thus, for my part, I am eager to preach the gospel to you also who are in Rome.” Romans‬ ‭1:13-15‬
In these three verses, Paul is acknowledging the radical difference between people and cultures, but that the gospel is the same for all people. We can adjust our methods, but the message remains the same.
Keep in mind, he was writing from Corinth which was part of the Greek empire. It was very intellectual, educated, sophisticated and refined. It featured the fine arts and philosophical debate. It could be defined as “high culture.”
By contrast, the Romans were forceful, fierce and demanding, and they were proud of it. They were by no means as educated as their Greek counterparts. Paul described them as “barbarian”, and so they were compared to the Greeks. Rome could be defined as “low culture.”
The contrast between the two was very drastic. The Greeks featured the original Olympic Games, whereas the Romans built the Colosseums which featured the gladiators with blood and violence for sport. Everything about Greek and Roman culture was different right down to food and entertainment choices.
That’s what makes these three verses so profound. Paul acknowledged that he was equipped by the Holy Spirit to reach both groups and that the message was the same. The Gospel is as much needed by the rich and famous as it is by the common and ordinary.
Did you get that? The message does not change. Why? Because Paul latter argues that “all have sinned and come short of the glory of God.” (Romans 3:23) Everyone is sinful, lost and separated from God and in need of the good news of the Gospel. He concludes that people can be smart and lost or foolish and lost.
There are all kinds of sinners. Some may be educated and sophisticated and know the finer arguments of philosophy and psychology, but like the Greeks, they are still sinful and lost. Others may be forceful and brutish and driven by all kinds of base passions, but like the Romans, they are still sinful and lost.
The profound take away from these verses it that the Gospel message is the same for all people and needed by all people. Because of that, Paul recognized that he was qualified and equipped to reach all people. His message of Jesus Christ was the same for Jews, Greeks and Romans. He was confident sharing the gospel equally with everyone.
The same is true today! Modern people are as sinful and lost as ancient people were. The Holy Spirit still uses the same simple gospel message to reach and transform people today. It is the same message for all people, in all places, and at all times.
If you are a child of God, the Holy Spirit wants to use you to point others to Jesus Christ and the Gospel. We as Christians are merely the mouth piece of the Holy Spirit. He is the one who does the work of drawing and saving people. We merely love people and share the story.
Daily Bible Commentary Terry Baxter: Cofounder of GoServ Global

Very Different People But The Same Message: Romans 1:13-15

Very Different People But The Same Message: Romans 1:13-15
“13) And I do not want you to be unaware, brethren, that often I have planned to come to you (and have been prevented so far) so that I may obtain some fruit among you also, even as among the rest of the Gentiles. 14) I am under obligation both to Greeks and to barbarians, both to the wise and to the foolish. 15) Thus, for my part, I am eager to preach the gospel to you also who are in Rome.” Romans‬ ‭1:13-15‬
In these three verses, Paul is acknowledging the radical difference between people and cultures, but that the gospel is the same for all people. We can adjust our methods, but the message remains the same.
Keep in mind, he was writing from Corinth which was part of the Greek empire. It very was intellectual, educated, sophisticated and refined. It featured the fine arts and philosophical debate. It could be defined as “high culture.”
By contrast, the Romans were forceful, fierce and demanding, and they were proud of it. They were by no means as educated as their Greek counterparts. Paul described them as “barbarian”, and so they were compared to the Greeks. Rome could be defined as “low culture.”
The contrast between the two was very drastic. The Greeks featured the original Olympic Games, whereas the Romans built the Colosseums which featured the gladiators with blood and violence for sport. Everything about Greek and Roman culture was different right down to food and entertainment choices.
That’s what makes these three verses so profound. Paul acknowledged that he was equipped by the Holy Spirit to reach both groups and that the message was the same. The Gospel is as much needed by the rich and famous as it is by the common and ordinary.
Did you get that? The message does not change. Why? Because Paul latter argues that “all have sinned and come short of the glory of God.” (Romans 3:23) Everyone is sinful, lost and separated from God and in need of the good news of the Gospel. He concludes that people can be smart and lost or foolish and lost.
There are all kinds of sinners. Some may be educated and sophisticated and know the finer arguments of philosophy and psychology, but like the Greeks, they are still sinful and lost. Others may be forceful and brutish and driven by all kinds of base passions, but like the Romans, they are still sinful and lost.
The profound take away from these verses it that the Gospel message is the same for all people and needed by all people. Because of that, Paul recognized that he was qualified and equipped to reach all people. His message of Jesus Christ was the same for Jews, Greeks and Romans. He was confident sharing the gospel equally with everyone.
The same is true today! Modern people are as sinful and lost as ancient people were. The Holy Spirit still uses the same simple gospel message to reach and transform people today. It is the same message for all people, in all places, and at all times.
If you are a child of God, the Holy Spirit wants to use you to point others to Jesus Christ and the Gospel. We as Christians are merely the mouth piece of the Holy Spirit. He is the one who does the work of drawing and saving people. We merely love people and share the story.
Daily Bible Commentary By Terry Baxter: Cofounder of GoServ Global

Keeping the Old Sword Sharp: Romans 1:11-12

Keeping the Old Sword Sharp: Romans 1:11-12
“11) For I long to see you so that I may impart some spiritual gift to you, that you may be established; 12) that is, that I may be encouraged together with you while among you, each of us by the other’s faith, both yours and mine.” Romans‬ ‭1:11-12‬
In these two verses Paul reveals his heart toward others. He longed for the believers who lived in Rome. He wanted to meet them and build them up. The idea of “imparting some spiritual gift to them” had in it the root idea of “enhancing their grace walk with Jesus.” He wanted to impart value to their spiritual lives and service.
I do not believe the Roman believers were deficient in any of the manifestations of the Spirit spoken of in 1 Corinthians 12-14. Rather, I believe Paul was talking about mentoring them in daily Christian living, fruitful ministry and godly wisdom.
Let’s face it, the Christian life is very opposite of secular values. In fact, it is a radical culture shock for a worldly non-Christian to enter into the “ways of God” that accompanies salvation. When someone is born-again a change takes place on the inside that is hard to comprehend or understand. Inner values begin to change. Paul longed to be present and guide the new Roman believers through this transformation process.
Verse 12 reveals the underlining mystery of true ministry. You cannot pour into others without being blessed yourself. When you encourage others, they encourage you. This is part of the bond of genuine Agape love.
This mystery has shaped my view of discipleship. It is never a one way street. Paul understood that even the newest believer could speak into his life as well. When you pour into others it becomes reciprocal. Iron sharpens iron! You stay sharp by helping others become sharp. Paul knew he could learn from the Romans as well. He was forever a student. He longed to keep his old sword sharp.
Daily Bible Commentary By Terry Baxter: Cofounder of GoServ Global

Glimpse into a World Changer: Romans 1:9-10

Glimpse into a World Changer: Romans 1:9-10
“9) For God, whom I serve in my spirit in the preaching of the gospel of His Son, is my witness as to how unceasingly I make mention of you, 10) always in my prayers making request, if perhaps now at last by the will of God I may succeed in coming to you.” Romans‬ ‭1:9-10‬
Paul loved preaching the gospel, ministering to people and being on the front lines of where God was working. He was committed to building new believers and watching them grow into mature and fruitful followers of Christ.
God literally used Him to raise up the first and second wave or gospel workers who carried the Christian faith across Asia Minor, Macedonia and into Rome itself. This guy was a living, breathing, walking and talking catalyst for Jesus Christ.
These two verses illustrate that point. They give us a glimpse into Paul’s prayer life and and his life ambitions. He literally ate, drank and breathed missions. In Philippians 1:21 he said; “For to me, to live is Christ and to die is gain.” That was indeed the mantra of Pauls life.
Not everyone can have the focus and intensity of Paul for missions, but certainly God wants His people to move in that direction. Jesus made it clear in John 15:8 that God wants every believer to be fruitful for His glory.
The modern church is like a service station to patch people up so they can go their merry way through life with as few bumps, bruises and hurts as possible. The early church was a radical transformation center that changed people from the bottom up and give them a new focus, purpose and calling in life. The modern church turns out people with a religious bent. The early church turned out World Changers.
Paul didn’t care how he got to Rome, he just wanted a slice of the action for the glory of God. When he finally arrived, he didn’t get there sailing buisness class. He arrived in chains as a prisoner of Rome. But he became a spark that changed course of human history.
These two verses give us a glimpse into the heart of the Apostle Paul. His passion, love for Jesus and fire for the gospel were contagious. Ask God to infect you with this same passion for missions. Step into the sandals of Paul for just a few weeks. Sign up for a short term missions trip with GoServ Global or your church. Make this your transition year into becoming a World Changer for the glory of God.
Daily Devotional and Commentary by Terry Baxter: Cofounder of GoServ Global

Becoming a 1:8 Christian: Romans 1:8

Becoming a 1:8 Christian: Romans 1:8
“8) First, I thank my God through Jesus Christ for you all, because your faith is being proclaimed throughout the whole world.” Romans‬ ‭1:8‬
Paul makes mention that the Christians in Rome were very zealous to to share their faith. They were a mission minded church. They began to emulate the dynamics of the those who brought the gospel to them. I personally believe they may have been evangelized by Christians from the church in Thessalonica. Paul hints of this in 1 Thessalonians 1:8; “For the word of the Lord has sounded forth from you, not only in Macedonia and Achaia, but also in every place your faith toward God has gone forth, so that we have no need to say anything.”
This mission mindset may have had roots in Acts 1:8. It was there just before His ascension that Jesus said to His disciples; “but you shall receive power when the Holy Spirit has come upon you; and you shall be My witnesses both in Jerusalem, and in all Judea, and in Samaria and even to the remotest part of the earth.”
Jesus wanted every Christin to be a personal evangelist. In fact, it would not be stretching the teaching of Jesus to conclude that one sign of being Spirit Filled is a zeal and fruitfulness in sharing the gospel.
When taken together, these three verses paint the heart of the early church. Every Christian was active and not passive in sharing their faith. Jesus gave birth to a World Changing Movement.
Are these three 1:8 referenced coincidental? I sincerely doubt it. I believe they are providential. Ask God to transform you into 1:8 fruitfulness. Join the ranks of being a 1:8 World Changer!
Daily Devotional and Bible commentary by: Terry Baxter… Cofounder of GoServ Global

Beloved by God: Romans 1:7

Beloved by God: Romans 1:7
“7) to all who are beloved of God in Rome, called as saints: Grace to you and peace from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ.” Romans‬ ‭1:7‬ ‭
Paul was a servant to believers everywhere, including those who were beloved by God in Rome. The word “beloved” means “those loved with Agape love.” Paul had this kind of love for believers everywhere. He then pronounced his usual blessing of grace and peace upon them.
I look at grace in the context of daily Christian living as “God’s Divine enablement made available to help me do what in and of myself I would not and could not do.” It is strength for living a victorious life. We are not abandoned to live in our own strength or resources.
Peace is “the inner calmness of heart and soul no matter what our external circumstances might be, knowing the God is in control.” We do not need to be controlled or driven by anxiety and fear. Philippians 4:4-7 is the best explanation of this principle.

Daily Bible Commentary By Terry Baxter: Cofounder of GoServ Global

The Missionary Call: Romans 1:5-6

The Missionary Call: Romans 1:5-6
“5) through whom we have received grace and apostleship to bring about the obedience of faith among all the Gentiles for His name’s sake, 6) among whom you also are the called of Jesus Christ;” Romans‬ ‭1:5-6‬
In these verses, Paul talks about the grace and apostleship that was given to him to preach the gospel to the Gentiles. Paul had a unique calling. Just as Peter was called as the apostle to the Jewish people, God gave Paul a special grace and calling to reach the Gentiles with the gospel. (See Galatians 1:7-10)
In verse six, Paul made it clear that this included the Romans. The Great Commission to the church is to reach every nation with the gospel. (See Matthew 28:18-20) That task is still our calling today. On the cross Jesus made a way for all people to be saved and come to the knowledge of the truth.
This is one of those area’s where God’s sovereignty and human responsibility dance together. Jesus paid it all, but He sends His followers to proclaim it everywhere. Romans 10:12-15 presents both the universal scope of the gospel and the need for God’s people to carry the gospel message throughout the world.
The bottom line is that God has entrusted the mission of spreading the gospel around the world to the church. We must never lose sight of this mandate. God calls and equips His follows with a missionary call.

Daily Bible Commentary By Terry Baxter: Cofounder of GoServ Global

The Impact of the Resurrection: Romans 1:4

The Impact of the Resurrection: Romans 1:4
“who was declared the Son of God with power by the resurrection from the dead, according to the Spirit of holiness, Jesus Christ our Lord,” Romans‬ ‭1:4‬ ‭
Paul now hits the nail on the head. There is one thing that separates Jesus Christ from every other religious leader and human being that has ever lived on earth. It comes down to the resurrection. He is alive. He conquered death. The resurrection proved his claim of being God. This may sound like a trivial point until you ponder its significance.
One evening during my Bible college days, we were conducting an “Open Air Campaigners Meeting” on the streets of Chicago. After the meeting concluded, I turned to engage the man next to me in conversation. I asked him what he thought of the message.
He laughed and said, “You Christians are all alike. You are fools. You have nothing to base your religion on. I am on my way to Mecca to see the body of Muhammad. It is right there on display. We have something solid upon which to build our faith of Islam.”
He then chuckled and said, “But when you Christians go to Jerusalem and look at the tomb of Jesus, it is empty. You have nothing to build your faith on.” I looked at him as if in wonderment and said, “What did you say?” He then repeated over and over again, “It is empty!” “Its empty!” “Its empty!” “There is nothing there… the body of Jesus is gone!” Just to make sure he was hearing himself, I asked one more time; “What did you say?”
He repeated emphatically twice more, “It’s empty!” “Didn’t any ever tell you it’s empty!” Suddenly it hit him. His eyes were opened. He repeated again very slowly and this time to himself; “Its empty!” “Its empty because Jesus Christ is alive. He rose from the dead. Muhammad is still in the grave because he was just a man.”
The Holy Spirit was driving the Gospel into His heart and mind. He suddenly understood what Paul was saying in Romans 1:4, “who was declared to be the Son of God with power by the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead!” That night he trusted in Jesus Christ as his Savior and changed his travel plans from Mecca to Jerusalem. He also changed his eternal destiny from hell to heaven.
Easter is much more than a fun holiday. It is a time the world stops to acknowledge the biblical message of the Resurrection. For those who’s eyes are opened, it is the heart of the Gospel and hope of a new life, because Jesus Christ has conquered death. He is alive.

Daily Bible Commentary By Terry Baxter: Cofounder of GoServ Global