The Whole Gospel
The Word of God has been under attack for over two thousand years. As soon as the Apostles began to preach the Gospel the devil was there to twist it; just as he did in the Garden of Eden. As a result, confusion crept into The Church. The Bible teaches us that God is not the author of confusion (I Corinthians 14:33). It is our mission to shed light on confusion by introducing the world to the Gospel as it was once delivered to the Saints through the Word of God (Jude 1:3).
According to a public opinion poll in the mid-1950’s; 80% of all respondents indicated that they believed the Bible was inspired Word of God. Out of those, only 35% were able to name the four Gospels. Over half of those who believed were unable to name even one. These are startling and scary numbers.
The Lord spoke through the Prophet Hosea saying; “My people are destroyed for a lack of knowledge” (Hosea 4:6). Salvationcast wants to assure you, we are not out to step on toes or run down the beliefs of others; but, we certainly want to share the sacred truths of the Bible above all else.
What is Truth?
The Bible clearly states a plan of salvation for mankind. Jesus bought and paid for that salvation on the Cross of Calvary. We share that plan here:
- The Bible says we must Repent
- we must be baptized in the name of Jesus Christ for the remission of sins
- We must receive the gift of the Holy Ghost
This comes from Acts 2:38. While, obviously, Acts 2:38 is not the only verse in the Bible, it does sum up what Jesus told his disciples to teach believers in future generations.
In essence, Peter was teaching the multitudes on the Day of Pentecost to obey the Gospel. The Gospel is the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus Christ (I Corinthians 15). It is the “Good News” that Jesus paid it all, and it beckons us to enter into His death through repentance, burial through baptism (Romans 6:4), and the resurrection into newness of life by receiving His Spirit (Colossians 2:12). As you spend time listening to great Christian music on our site, we hope you will consider the Gospel as it relates to your walk with Jesus Christ.