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Bible Term: Good News

In the Old Testament of the Bible, the phrase good news appears in a generic sense. It refers to receiving favorable information, such as a messenger bringing good news to a king.

However, some of the Old Testament uses of good news, such as in the book of Isaiah, allude to the New Testament understanding of good news.

Read about Good News in the Old Testament of the Bible.

In the New Testament of the Bible, the use of good news becomes more focused. It refers to the coming of Jesus to heal us and give us the message of salvation.

See Gospel.

Read about the Good News of Jesus in the New Testament of the Bible.

By Peter DeHaan

Peter writes about biblical Christianity to confront status quo religion and make a faith that matters. Learn more at https://peterdehaan.com.