Whom are all called upon to worship?


"Him that made heaven, and earth." Same verse.
NOTE-There is only one gospel (Rom. 1:16,17; Gal. 1:8), first announced in Eden (Gen. 3: 15),
preached to Abraham (Gal. 3: 8) and to the children of Israel (Heb. 4:1, 2), and proclaimed anew in every
generation. In its development, the gospel meets the needs of every crisis in the world's history. John the
Baptist in his preaching announced the kingdom of heaven at hand (Matt. 3:1, 2), and prepared the way for
the first advent. John 1: 22, 23. Christ Himself in His preaching of the gospel announced the fulfillment of
a definite time prophecy (the sixty-nine weeks, or 483 years, of Dan. 9:25), and called the people to
repentance, in view of the coming of the predicted Messiah. Mark 1:14,15. So when the time of the
judgment comes, and Christ's second advent is near, a world-wide announcement of these events is to be
made in the preaching of the everlasting gospel adapted to meet the need of the hour.

After bringing Him to the place of crucifixion, what drink was offered Christ to stupefy Him?
What did Jesus say the Spirit of truth would do?
What words of Peter seem to indicate another outpouring of the Spirit?
What did this nearness of the time of restoration from captivity lead Daniel to do?
What will be the experience of those who say in their hearts that the Lord is not soon coming?
5. What, in the parable, did God say to the rich man who thought to build larger barns in which to store his goods?
How did David express himself on this point?

Questions & Answers are from the book Bible Readings for the Home Circle