What is the Gospel?

We are excited that you have made a profession of faith in Jesus Christ. If you are on this page you have indicated on a welcome card that you have given your life to Christ. We wanted to provide you with some resources as you start your new life in Christ. 

1. We have resources on our website to help you get started reading your Bible and learning how to pray to God here: Resources

2. Part of being a follower of Jesus is being baptized. You can learn about baptism and sign up for our next baptism here: Baptism

3. Below we have an explanation of the Gospel. If you have any questions you can reach out to us at info@feathersoundchurch.com

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The gospel is good news—the good news of what God has done in Jesus Christ.

The Bible depicts human beings, all human beings everywhere, as in revolt against God, and therefore under his judgment. But although God stands over against us in judgment because of our sin, quite amazingly he stands over against us in love, because he is that kind of God—and the gospel is the good news of what God, in love, has done in Jesus Christ, especially in Jesus’s cross and resurrection, to deal with our sin and to reconcile us to himself.

Christ bore our sin on the cross. He bore the penalty, turned aside God’s judgment, God’s wrath, from us, and cancelled sin. The brokenness of our lives he restores; the shattered relationships he rebuilds in the context of the church; the new life that we human beings find in Christ is granted out of the sheer grace of God. It is received by faith as we repent of our sins and turn to Jesus. We confess him as Lord, and bow to him joyfully.

The gospel is good news—the good news of what God has done in Jesus Christ.

One day he will make all things new. The good news culminates in a new heaven and a new earth, the home of righteousness, where neither sin nor any of its effects can survive, and where we enjoy the presence of God forever in the context of resurrection existence.

And we announce this good news to people everywhere, entreating them with the words, “Be reconciled to God!” by repenting of sin, asking God for his mercy, and trusting Jesus Christ.

Credit: https://www.thegospelcoalition.org/what-is-the-gospel/