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For a man to preach just for the sake of preaching is a travesty on the truth of God . We ought to preach with a purpose and plead for a response . It would be unthinkable that an insurance salesman would talk 13 I.
Truth by its nature demands a verdict . Thus , insofar as God's Word comes through , response is expected . One cannot hear a clear presentation of Scripture and remain indifferent . If it is understood , then it must be obeyed .
Men must grasp the truth before they are asked to respond to it . Stott is saying that the gospel message about Christ and the gospel invitation to receive Christ as Lord and Savior are not to be equated .
Although related to each other in the evangelistic process , the preaching of the gospel must always precede the call for listeners to respond to its truth . The Scottish divine , James A. Stewart , similarly remarks , “ There is a ...
Man , left to himself , could neither find God nor know the truth about God . But God has graciously revealed Himself . It is therefore essentially God's gospel , not man's . ” 23 Not only does the gospel originate with God , it also ...
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Prior to dealing with the how-to's of the invitation Dr. Strett lays a foundation for its legitamacy by providing a history of the invitation event begining in the O.T. and ending in the 20th Century ... Read full review