Gospel of The Lord Jesus Christ and the Kingdom
(and the Atonement, "Christ died for the sins of the world)
What is the Gospel?

Everyman's Bible at Bible.org introduces the
answer with:  {
https://bible.org/article/what-gospel}

"The term gospel is found ninety-nine times in
the NASB and ninety-two times in the NET Bible.
In the Greek New Testament, gospel is the
translation of the Greek noun euangelion
(occurring 76 times) “good news,” and the verb
euangelizo (occurring 54 times), meaning “to
bring or announce good news.” Both words are
derived from the noun angelos, “messenger.” In
classical Greek, an euangelos was one who
brought a message of victory or other political or
personal news that caused joy. In addition,
euangelizomai (the middle voice form of the
verb) meant “to speak as a messenger of
gladness, to proclaim good news.”1 Further, the
noun euangelion became a technical term for the
message of victory, though it was also used for a
political or private message that brought joy."


Free PDF Downloads on the Gospel

1.  The Gospel of Mark, Condensed Version with
Comments, title
CUP OF WATER:

"The beginning of the gospel of Jesus Christ,
the Son of God..."  (Mark 1:1)

2.  Gospel In Isaiah.

"Matthew quotes from Isaiah approximately 17
times.  Paul in Romans and Hebrews
quotes from Isaiah approximately 17 times.  A
coincidence, I doubt it, Paul like Jesus
planned ahead.  And of course those 17 quotes
of Matthew from Isaiah are primarily
from Jesus Himself.  Paul, I think, wanted to
follow the example of Jesus who quoted often
from the Prophet Isaiah; however, Paul did not
want to go beyond His Master Teacher, the Lord
Jesus Christ.  And you will be surprised to know
that Paul, the frequent quoter of OT Scriptures in
most of his 14 books, only quotes from Isaiah
in Hebrews and Romans.
 {That sounds like a
plan also, right!  Whether the Holy Spirit gave
Paul that plan, Jesus gave Paul that plan in
Saudi Arabia, or Paul developed that plan
when back at Tarsus after His conversion and
time with Jesus in Arabia, is not nearly as
important as it is that we see that this is the
way the Bible is!
}"

The “Gospel” you find in 61:1 is the Hebrew
equivalent of “good tidings”, and the similarity of
the healing acts of Jesus concerning the blind,
lame, and deaf of both Isaiah 35:5-6 and
Matthew 11:5 are obvious.
a.  Matthew 11:5:  
“The blind see and the lame
walk; the lepers are cleansed and the deaf
hear; the dead are raised up and the poor
have the gospel preached to them.”
b.  Isaiah 61:1,2:  “The Spirit of the Lord GOD
is upon Me, because the LORD has anointed
Me to preach good tidings to the poor; He has
sent Me to heal the brokenhearted, to proclaim
liberty to the captives, and the opening of the
prison to those who are bound...”
c.  Isaiah 35:5-6:  “Then the eyes of the blind
shall be opened, and the ears of the deaf shall
be unstopped.  Then the lame shall leap like a
deer, and the tongue of the dumb sing.  For
waters shall burst forth in the wilderness, and
streams in the desert.”
 {Notice the eloquence
of Isaiah with the same thoughts.  The
context of Isaiah 35 leaves little doubt that
Isaiah is a book of salvation.}

3.  Gospel of the Kingdom.

"Now after John was put in prison, Jesus
came to Galilee, preaching the gospel of the
kingdom of God, and saying, ‘The time is
fulfilled, and the kingdom of God is at hand.  
Repent, and believe in the gospel.”  (Mark 1:
14,15)

4.  The Forever Kingdom.  
{Also a free
download, THE FOREVER KINGDOM is a
complete PDF book.  2 pdf downloads are
required as shown below as the book is 300
pages lone and with colorful graphics.}

 (1)  The Forever Kingdom
Part 1.
 (2)  The Forever Kingdom Part 2.

5.  See the Gospel in the Complete Christmas
Story.

6.  "Come and See" the Christ in the Gospel of
John.

"In Hebrews chapter 1:  God speaks through His
Son; His Son is the heir of all things;
through Him all the worlds were made; He is the
brightness of His glory, the express image of His
person, the power to keep the world going, the
one who alone purged our sins, and sat down at
the right hand of the Father.  In John chapter 1:  
the Word was with God, was God, and all things
were made through Him; the world did not know it’
s own creator; however, to those who believed
He gave the privilege to become children of God;
this “Word” became flesh and dwelt among men;
man saw the only begotten of the Father, full of
grace and truth."