Sep 18, 2013

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Share Good News


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Sometimes I think it’s good to get an reminder of what we, as Christians, are suppose to be sharing with the world: The Good News. I’m sure you’re thinking, “I already know that,” but quite so often “religion” and “traditions” condition us to share bad news instead of the Good News. Jesus commissioned us to only share the Good News. And, because I love you, here’s a quick refresher of our job description:

Did you ever stop to think about it: Salvation belongs to the sinner. Jesus already has bought the salvation of the worst sinner, just as He did for us. That’s the reason He told us to go tell the Good News; go tell sinners they’re reconciled to God.

But we’ve never really told them that. We’ve told them God’s mad at them and is counting up everything they’ve done wrong. Yet the Bible says God isn’t holding anything against the sinner! God says He has canceled it out.

That’s what’s so awful: The poor sinner, not knowing this, will have to go to hell even though all of his debts are cancelled! Second Corinthians 5:19 will tell you that.

There’s no sin problem. Jesus settled that. There’s just a sinner problem. Get the sinner to Jesus, and that cures the problem. Yes, that’s a little different from what people have been taught, but it’s what the Bible says.


-Hagin, Kenneth E. The Believer’s Authority: Legacy Edition. Tulsa, OK: Faith Library Publications, 2009. Print. 


For God was in Christ, reconciling the world to himself, no longer counting people’s sins against them. And he gave us this wonderful message of reconciliation. – 2 Corinthians 5:19 (NLT) **G.I.G.**

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  • Jae

    Lovely! Thank you for sharing! GIG!

  • shan

    I love this book. I have read it more than once. And that is so true. People think God is mad at them and He is not. His love is so amazing

    • Yes! This is my favorite book! I have to read it at least once a year as a refresher :-)