An Impossible yet Powerful Gospel

For I am not ashamed of the gospel, for it is the power of God for salvation to everyone who believes, to the Jew first and also to the Greek”

Romans 1:16 

The Apostle Paul’s flesh had every reason to be ashamed of the Gospel he preached because it contradicted absolutely everything that was held to be true and sacred among his contemporaries. Yet there is still another reason for fleshly shame: The Gospel is an absolutely impossible, unbelievable message; a ludicrous word to the wise of the world. 
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16 thoughts on “An Impossible yet Powerful Gospel

      1. Also commenting back with your question on my post: If you can pray for my parents, yesterday I got to talk to them a spiritual conversation pray for my mom’s salvation and my dad’s assurance of salvation as my dad goes to church but I’m not sure if he’s saved. Thank you for asking for prayers!

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      2. Thank you for your prayers even as I pray for your two children. I think the Lord was gracious for me to talk to my parents about spiritual matters yesterday, think the Lord heard your prayers. Hope that memorabilia book blesses your brother who sadly have to move further away

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  1. Crissy, thank you for this good article from Paul Washer. In our churches, outreach, and in our personal lives we often fail to recognize/acknowledge God’s power and working.

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