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Don’t Make This Mistake

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1 Corinthians 15:1-5 Now, brothers and sisters, I want you to remember the Good News I told you. You received that Good News message, and you continue to base your life on it. That Good News, the message you heard from me, is God’s way to save you. But you must continue believing it. If you don’t, you believed for nothing. I gave you the message that I received. I told you the most important truths: that Christ died for our sins, as the Scriptures say; that he was buried and was raised to life on the third day, as the Scriptures say; and that he appeared to Peter and then to the twelve apostles.

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We live in strange times. I mean, look back at just these last two years since the COVID pandemic hit us. Look at how different the world is today to what we expected, even just twenty-four months ago.

So, as you look back on these last couple of years, what are the surprises for you – the things you’d never have expected? One of the things I see is the deployment of the Gospel, the Good News of Jesus Christ, in ways that I’d never have expected.

For some, church has become a political movement, where people identify themselves more through a merging of political dogma with their faith than they do through being a disciple who’s taken up their cross to follow Jesus. Now that’s been around for a while, to be sure. But in this last couple of years it’s become more pronounced, to the point where some who call themselves Christians have weaponised the Gospel against those with opposing political and ideological views. So let’s take the Gospel back to basics for a moment:

1 Corinthians 15:1-5 Now, brothers and sisters, I want you to remember the Good News I told you. You received that Good News message, and you continue to base your life on it. That Good News, the message you heard from me, is God’s way to save you. But you must continue believing it. If you don’t, you believed for nothing. I gave you the message that I received. I told you the most important truths: that Christ died for our sins, as the Scriptures say; that he was buried and was raised to life on the third day, as the Scriptures say; and that he appeared to Peter and then to the twelve apostles.

The Good News of Jesus Christ was never meant to be weaponised.

That’s God’s Word. Fresh … for you … today.


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