Rejoice in the Gospel

If the Gospel is good news, as most preacher’s make it out to be, why don’t more Christian’s rejoice in the Gospel. I speak for myself (and to my shame), but there have been times when I have grown tired of hearing the Gospel message. Last week I was reminded of the Joy of the Gospel and shared with you some of the reasons why joy can be found in the gospel.

When a non-believer hears the Gospel and is changed that is a wonderful moment. The Bible says that the angels of heaven throw a party when someone has been born again. I have been challenged over the last week to not only remember the Joy of the Gospel, but also to Rejoice in the Gospel.

What does it mean to rejoice? Isn’t it simply to “Re-Joy.” To remember what God has done and is continuing to do in and through us. Have you “re-joy-ed” today in the Gospel? I hope that you do.

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I am a disciple of Jesus Christ, husband, father, student, uncle and pastor in Columbus, Georgia. I am also an occasional blogger and growing twitter user.

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