The Gospel of Christ
The most important news item in the world is the gospel of Christ. The twelve disciples of Jesus the Nazorean came to believe and know that he is the prophesied Christ, the son of the living God (John 6:69). After he rose from the dead, he told them to go out into all the world and proclaim the gospel (the good news) to every person (Mark 16:15). Those who would believe the gospel of Christ and be baptized would be saved from their sins, and those who would not believe it would be condemned for their sins (Mark 16:16).
The gospel of Christ was summarized by the apostle Paul in his first letter to the Corinthians (1Co. 15:3-4). It is that the Christ died for our sins according to scripture (Isa. 53:1-12, Acts 8:27-39), that he was buried, and that he rose from the dead on the third day according to scripture (Psa. 16:8-10, Acts 2:22-36). Those who believe the gospel and are baptized also receive the gift of the Holy Spirit (Acts 2:38). They will receive eternal life, particularly if they abide in Christ, and he in them, for the rest of their lives (John 3:16, 15:1-11).