He made one enemy after another, suffered horribly for it, and was abandoned by his friends. But Paul pressed on, compelled by the good news of Jesus Christ. He didn’t lighten up the message, and neither should you. But precisely what is the message you need to understand and be ready to proclaim? Find out in John MacArthur’s new study The Gospel According to Paul.
What would motivate you to make enemies wherever you go and endure continual suffering until, ultimately, you face amartyr’s death?
The apostle Paul went to the extremes he did—had the passion he did—because he knew the God who gives undeserved mercy to the rebel sinner. Paul would not equivocate on the good news of Christ. He could not soften the edges of God’s difficult demands to make the gospel appeal to a wider audience. He didn’t lighten up the message, and neither should you.
But precisely what is the message you need to understand and be ready to proclaim? Are therediscrepancies between what Paul and the other apostles taught? Between Paul’s teaching and the Lord’s? What difference can grappling with The Gospel According to Paul make in your life? Find out in John MacArthur’s compelling study.