Guest Post; Derek Robinson Reviews A Gospel Primer for Christians By Milton Vincent

One of the best devotional pieces I have on my shelf. I really need to read this9781885904676m again. Vincent has answered the question of why it is important to rehearse the gospel daily to ourselves and what that actually looks like. The pages are short but jammed packed with scripture. It is an excellent resource to help you recall your state prior to God working in your life, why it’s necessary to remember this, and how to remember this in order to find your soul with the truths of scripture so that your daily life will be reflective of Christ glory on Calvary. I can’t recommend this book enough. If you don’t know who God is and what Christ work has done pick this up, if you don’t really know why we need to remember this all day everyday read this. Within our churches in America there is a tendency to think that the gospel is something that non-believers need, but Vincent brings our attention to the fact that the same message is what God gives to us for living obediently. Highly recommend this!

Use this as a yearly read, and always try to keep the truths that it states in front of you. The gospel of Jesus Christ is the power of salvation, but it is also what sustains us throughout our daily lives until we see Him face to face.
Click here to get a copy of A Gospel Primer for Christians

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  1. Great devotional book! I agree that believers need to be reminded of the gospel on a daily basis and this is an excellent tool for that purpose.

    • Derek
    • July 23rd, 2009

    Absolutely, I think one of the things I like best is that it breaks the gospel down into simple language that can be rehearsed regardless of a person maturity in Christ. Along with that, it will help with raising children and being able to take big truth and make them understandable to a 3 or 5 year old.

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