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A New Gospel or a Broader Meaning?

June 12, 2009

The gospel is the good news, and in every age it has meant something different. In Noah’s time, it meant being saved from the Flood. Abraham was offered land, in Moses’ day, it was an exodus from bondage. Christ offered eternal life. The good news is better for us—all of the above and higher reward–“ruler over all that He has” if we are ready for what’s coming. For a better understanding, visit and if you like what you read (it’s brief) click on the link at the bottom for a handout you can share. Thank you!

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  1. A. Way permalink
    September 22, 2009 2:18 am

    The Gospel, is the same in all ages. It is the eternal good news. (Rev 14). EGW talks about this good news and THAT is what our message in these last days should be in the book Christ’s Object Lessons, page 415, in the chapter, “To Meet the Bridegroom”.

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