The Gospel Truth - Pt. I (34 of 40) by Ernest Easley
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Series: Living Under Kingdom Authority
1 Corinthians 15:1-2
Now as we continue our series of messages through the book of 1 Corinthians under the heading: LIVING UNDER KINGDOM AUTHORITY, we come today to chapter 15. The last several weeks our focus has been on spiritual gifts and the steps that are necessary so, ''not to neglect the gift that is within you.''
Discover Your Gifts!
Develop Your Gifts!
Dedicate Your Gifts!
Deploy Your Gifts.
And if you haven't taken the Spiritual Gifts Test found on our church web sight, you need to! It's a place to start in discovering your gifts. And once you've discovered your gifts, pass that information along to me.
So 1 Corinthians 12-14 deals with the gifts. Chapter 15 deals with the gospel.
Now we say that we preach the gospel.
And we say that we believe the gospel.
And we say that we share the gospel.
Yet, missing from the average church pulpit today and from the lips of the average Christian is the gospel! We need to get back to the gospel!
Often times when somebody is trying to communicate something and assure that what their telling is truthful, they will say, ''That is the gospel truth.'' What are they really saying? Well, they're saying that what they're telling them is the undeniable truth: the gospel truth!
Well, that's what I want to talk to you about today from 1 Corinthians 15: The Gospel Truth!
A Truth that is undeniable!
A Truth that sets the captives free!
A Truth that heals the broken hearted!
A Truth that forgives every sin!
A Truth that brings a person to salvation!
We read in Romans 1.16, ''For I am not ashamed of THE GOSPEL of Christ, for is the power of God to salvation for everyone who believes, for the Jew first and also for the Greek.''
There's no salvation a part from the gospel! It is the gospel that brings people into salvation! There is no other plan than God's gospel plan! There is no other path ...
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