We need to focus on the cross to find where love and mercy meet and where justice and truth triumph.
So many people today view the gospel as an outdated idea that is no longer of use to anyone. But we who have experienced its power know it is the only source for a truly fulfilling life.
Before I say more, I want to thank you for your interest in God Centered Life. Only with your support can we continue sharing the gospel and helping others to encounter Christ. Thank you for your partnership!
In this month’s series, “Romans: The Gospel of God,” we’ve observed several common reactions to the message of Christ. Many are offended by the idea of God’s wrath against their sin, seeing it as unfair that God would judge us rather than forgiving everyone.
Others reject the idea of God outright, despite ample evidence in creation. Still others want to be free to live as they wish, and the media affirms that they are fine the way they are.
But we know that God’s conviction leads to light and hope. The gospel not only saves us from the penalty of our sins, but God continues to save us daily from the power of sin so that we can live righteous lives. We need to focus on the cross to find where love and mercy meet and where justice and truth triumph. As Paul says,
“I am not ashamed of the gospel, for it is the power of God for salvation to everyone who believes... For in it the righteousness of God is revealed from faith for faith.” Romans 1:16-17, ESV
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By way of thanks for your gift of any amount this month, I’d like to send you a new book I wrote called Authentic Spirituality. I hope it will lead you to a rediscovery of real biblical faith and of the importance of community and church in living out this authentic spirituality in practical daily life.
President and Founder
God Centered Life Ministries
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by Josh Moody.