No Other Gospel
Author: Creflo Dollar


“If it’s too good to be true, it’s probably not true” is a saying we’ve all heard at one time or another. However, there is news that seems too good to be true, but it is the ultimate truth. The Gospel of grace is the only true gospel. When we received and accepted Jesus Christ as our Lord and Savior, we received divine power, which is the grace of God. The Gospel of grace reveals that we can have wholeness in every area of our lives, and we are in right standing with God through Jesus Christ.


“Paul, an apostle—[special messenger appointed and commissioned and sent out] not from [any body of] men nor by or through any man, but by and through Jesus Christ, (the Messiah), and God the Father, Who raised Him from among the dead” (Galatians 1:1, AMP).
The Gospel of Christ is the Gospel of grace. There is no other gospel (Galatians 1:2-8, AMP).
Paul was shocked to find that people were turning away from the grace message (Galatians 1:9-24, AMP).
Paul pronounced a double curse on anyone who preaches any other gospel.
Gospel is nearly- too-good-to-be-true news.

In Paul’s day, people were becoming outrageous about making and keeping laws. There were many laws that were extreme.
Jesus, in His day, was constantly harassed about the things he did on the Sabbath. The religious leaders were trying to put Him in bondage through the use of laws.
For instance, He was questioned about getting something to eat and healing someone during the Sabbath (Luke 6:1-6).
Jesus told the Pharisees that He is Lord also of the Sabbath.
The religious system Paul preached against was extreme and burdensome; the leaders used fear tactics in order to make people follow God.
Paul was not ashamed to bring people the Good News, the Gospel. His revelations came from Jesus, not people.
Paul boldly taught that people could receive God’s unmerited grace and favor (Romans 1:15-17).
As a result, people wanted to get saved because they learned about the love of God, not because of rules and laws.
The Gospel of grace makes us whole. It doesn’t just save us from sin; it also saves us from the results of sin.
In our sinful state, the wrath of God was supposed to come upon us in judgment; however, Jesus took care of that judgment when He died on the cross (John 12:31, 32).

Jesus told a parable about those who trusted in themselves and their own righteousness (Luke 18:9).
There was the Pharisee who prayed to God concerning his good deeds. He boasted of his good works and praised himself for not being like sinners or even the publican who stood far off (Luke 18:10-12).
However, the publican, “standing afar off, would not lift up so much as his eyes unto heaven, but smote upon his breast, saying, God be merciful to me a sinner” (Luke 18:13).
Jesus said, “I tell you, this man went down to his house justified rather than the other: for every one that exalteth himself shall be abased; and he that humbleth himself shall be exalted” (Luke 18:14).
Many times we depend on our own efforts to save us. However, we fall short in our human ability alone.
Jesus is our only Savior; we can never be the Savior, for ourselves or anyone else

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