Gospel, What really is it?

I have faith that today, in the mighty name of Jesus, you will experience a certain blessing from the Lord that is specifically designed for you. God’s truth about this subject excites me greatly, and I am confident that sharing it with you will bring you great blessing.

The Greek term “Evangelion,” which is derived from the English word “gospel,” simply means “good news”
or “good spell.” The word “gospel” conjures up images of Heaven and the promise of eternal life, but there is more, so let’s go a little deeper.

LUKE 4:18-19 (NIV)

"The Spirit of the Lord is on me, because he has anointed me to proclaim good news to the poor. He has sent me to proclaim freedom for the prisoners and recovery of sight for the blind, to set the oppressed free, to proclaim the year of the Lord’s favor."

The good life both now and eternally is included in the gospel, or “good spell,” of Jesus. The good news of Jesus, which He delivered to us via His death, burial, resurrection, and ascension, offers a clear promise of a lovely existence, both in this life and the one that will follow.

There are many advantages to following Jesus, and our God has not commanded us to pursue Him in vain. The good news comes from a God who is unconstrained by time, space, influence, grandeur, riches, power, mercy, and practically everything else we can think of—and even beyond what we can think of.

According to our text, if you choose to follow God, you will receive a bundle that includes complete freedom from all diseases, bonds, and other physical and spiritual restrictions. A life where you can be sure you’ll overcome any obstacles that come your way. a life where God is your Father and you are confident that He will never
abandon you.

The fact that the person who made all these promises is unable to break them, even if He tried to, is another amazing fact. However, it all begins with a decision to submit and follow Him.This is the good news, the gospel, and what Jesus has made available, but it’s up to you whether you choose to jump in or keep your distance.


Almighty Father, I am grateful that all I require to survive and enjoy life is accessible to me through Christ Jesus. In the name of Jesus, I give myself completely to you and entrust myself to your promises and word.


live in the consciousness that God is your Father and that His package presented to you in the form of the gospel can never fail!
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