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The Gospel

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Introduction. “I am not ashamed of the gospel”—

1. Not a new subject, neither is it hurt with age … Men in every generation have heard of it and yet it is as new as tomorrow …

2. The meaning of the gospel …

(a)Webster—“The announcement of the salvation of mankind through Jesus Christ” …
(b)The gospel of peace—
(c)A glorious gospel—
(d)A universal gospel—
(e)An everlasting gospel—

3. The facts of the gospel are—death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus—

(a)All gospel subjects are related to these facts …
(b)The gospel denounces sin only because the death of Christ atones for sin …
(c)The gospel declares hope because of the resurrection of Jesus …

I. THE GOSPEL—ITS PURPOSE

1. To save the lost—“He shall save his people” …

2. To abolish death and bring life and immortality to light … ,

3. To prepare us for the judgment—

II. ITS POWER

1. God’s power to salvation— … Through the preaching—

2. The power of the gospel is manifest in a holy life …

3. It moves men— … No one remains neutral when they hear …

III. ITS DEMANDS

1. That we come—

2. That we go—

3. That we preach—

(a)In the lives we live …
(b)In our conversation …
(c)In the company we keep …
(d)In our activities …

4. “Whatsoever thou doest, do all to the glory of God” …

IV. ITS PROMISES

1. They are great and precious—

2. Grace sufficient for every situation—

3. Divine care and comfort …

4. All our needs …

5. Divine companionship …

6. Remission of sins …

7. Adoption into God’s family—

8. Eternal life—;

9. The second coming of Christ …

10. The Resurrection—to be with Christ forever …

Conclusion. Your decision now means life or death—blessings or cursings—companionship or condemnation—hope or hopelessness—.
Brown, J. D. (2001). Fifty Sermon Outlines on the Way of Salvation (p. 37). Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Books.
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