Today a variety of “gospel” messages flood the air waves and pulpits across the globe. They range from sentimental overtures encouraging the lost sinner to “invite Jesus into his heart,” to threatening admonitions requiring the unbeliever to “repent of his sins.” Not surprisingly, believer and unbeliever alike have been left in a state of confusion. Even when the Gospel is proclaimed clearly and accurately, the hearer will often filter the words of the evangelist through a preexisting grid of false gospels which he has already heard, so failing to understand the saving message of Jesus Christ. With this in mind, The Gospel Booklet was written not only to explain and illustrate those concepts essential to saving faith such as our Lord’s atoning death and the doctrine of grace, but to address and correct much of the false teaching that is so often associated with the Christian Gospel. Clarifying so many complex theological issues in this short, easy-to-read booklet took close to five years of writing and editing. We know of no booklet in print today that presents the Gospel more clearly or accurately.
Has anyone ever shown you from the Bible how you can know for certain that you will go to heaven when you die?
These things I have written to you who believe in the name of the Son of God, that you may KNOW that you have eternal life, and that you may continue to believe in the name of the Son of God. — 1 John 5:13 The word “Gospel” means “good news.” It is the good news of how you can have a loving, personal relationship with God that gives meaning and purpose to this life, and, at the same time, gives you the certainty that you will spend eternity with Him in heaven.
Many people today claim that they are preaching the Gospel, yet they all seem to have different messages.
Before we begin, would you answer three helpful questions?
- What have you been told that the Gospel is?
- If you died tonight and stood before God, and He asked: “Why should I let you into My heaven?” what would you say?
- If you died right now, do you know with absolute certainty that you would go to heaven?
Could you answer:
Yes! I am absolutely certain that I would go to heaven.
No, I do not know with “absolutely certainty” that I would to heaven.
Let’s get started with the Bad News so that the Good News makes sense and helps you find out how you can KNOW you will go to Heaven when you die. If you have any questions about this message, please Contact Us.