Speaker: George Haraksin
Scripture: Romans 1:18-3:20
Summary: Isn’t it difficult to communicate bad news? However, isn’t it worse to avoid or ignore it altogether? After declaring the “good news” (i.e. the Gospel) in the opening of his letter to the Roman Christians, the apostle Paul begins to show why the good news is so good—it is because the bad news is so bad. What is the bad news, how does Paul “break” the bad news, and what hope is their to lift our spirits after hearing it?