Quotes about Gospel-Power


The virtue lies in the gospel, not in the gospeller; in the exposition, and not in the expounder.


It is a myth to think that because I’m somebody famous or well-known or because I’m slick or clever, or because I package my little presentation in lingo and terminology that’s kind of at the core of contemporary vernacular that somehow this influences people. You know what gets people saved? Not that kind of influence. What gets people saved is a recognition of who Jesus Christ is and an honest evaluation of their condition and the need for the Savior. What we need is not more people trying to influence society. We need more people preaching the gospel. It’s confrontation, not influence.

Recommended Books

Putting Amazing Back into Grace: Embracing The Heart Of The Gospel

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What Is the Gospel?

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Gospel-Powered Parenting

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The Death of Death in the Death of Christ

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