One of the greatest crimes of this generation of Christians is its neglect of the Gospel, and it is from this neglect that all our other maladies spring forth. Absent from too many pulpits are the essential themes that make up the very core of the Gospel: the justice of God, the radical depravity of man, the blood atonement.
In The Gospel's Power and Message, Paul Washer addresses these essential elements of Christ's good news and provides a guide to help us rediscover the Gospel in all its beauty, scandal, and saving power. May such a rediscovery transform your life, strengthen your proclamation, and bring the greatest glory to God.
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The performance was not the greatest but this book is jam-packed with scripture and biblical truth. It opened my eyes to many aspects of the Gospel I had not considered. I recommend listening if you're serious about knowing all the Bible has to say about the gospel.
This is book was written by a man of God. He speaks necessary truth that this generation needs (For both Christians and heathens). If you listened to a lot of Paul Washer sermons then you will recognize a lot of what he says because he has been preaching these topics long before it is published as a book.
Yes, certainly! In fact, I am halfway through listening a second time.
It is very well researched and organized. Obviously, this gospel is the most important message anyone will ever hear. I can tell that the author put tremendous work into the writing. Every word seems precisely chosen and sentences well organized. It seems clear that this work is written as if it is meant to be the author's legacy work.
He does a fine job, but having heard the author himself on YouTube, this reading lacks the passion that the author would have put into this powerful message. I think if he had put more passion into the reading, the message would have sunk in easier.
It made me want to listen again, and then buy the hard copy and highlight it and copy down some sections. That is how good it is.
This subject is heavy and requires paying close attention. It is not something like a novel that I can listen to while doing various chores. I need to concentrate on it. But the principles exposed are worth the effort on my part. It makes me want to share this information with others that I care about.
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