The Gospel is not a “prospect” of what God might do for all, but an announcement of what Christ has done (and will do) for his people.
Christians must be committed to both Gospel and Law. The Law asks, “WWJD (What Would Jesus Do?).” The Gospel asks, “WDJD (What Did Jesus Do?).” Both of these questions are vital for the Christian.
God never saves someone without plans to use them. The grace of God is not merely for salvation, but service.
Protestant Christianity has differed from Roman Catholicism in several ways. One of those ways is its esteeming of the “priesthood of all believers.” However, although the leaders of a church do not posses any special claim to revelation from God, the Scripture still demands that the members of a church show their leaders honor. (Hebrews 13:17-18)
Satan reigns by death, and death reigns by sin through Adam. In contrast, God rules by life, and life rules by righteousness through Jesus Christ.
It’s important that we remember that everyone who rebels against God in this life will not necessarily be miserable in this life, just as everyone who obeys God in this life will not necessarily prosper in this life.