By Pastor Val Chappell
Some today seem to think Biblical Christianity needs help with its reputation and packaging. Consequently in an effort to give Christianity a “facelift” they pervert the gospel removing its eternal significance. The devil works in two ways: by deception, “You shall not surely die” (Gen. 3:4); and by accusation, “the accuser of the brethren” (Rev 12:10). For some people, the devil wishes to assure that there’s no need for repentance, for others that there’s no hope for mercy. Some people are deceived into thinking they are too good for the gospel while others are accused into thinking they’re too bad for the gospel. This series seeks to set the record straight and proclaim the powerful truth of the Gospel.