Sermons on Salvaton
If we want to tell those around about the gospel, we need first know the gospel ourselves. What is the Gospel? Why do we need the gospel? Why should we proclaim the Gospel?
Luke 7:36-50. Jesus, invited to a meal with Simon the Pharisee tells a parable of a moneylender and two debtors. Which one loves the moneylender more? Obviously the one forgiven the most. Jesus relays this story to the situation at that meal. A woman came with much love for Jesus because of the forgiveness she had received.
Luke 1:26-33. The announcement of all announcements. The time has come for the savior of the world to come.
1 John 1:5-10 shows us that true fellowship with God means fellowship with light. It means a new relationship with darkness. We can’t “say” we have fellowship with God while the walk of our lives shows that we continue to walk in darkness.
Romans 3:21-27, 1 Cor. 15:1-9. The question “what is the Gospel” has a few different answers. There is the event of the Gospel and the accomplishment of the Gospel. Both are important to understand.