Moral theology vs. The Gospel of Jesus Christ

Moral theology vs. The Gospel of Jesus Christ… there is a gargantuan distinction.

The vast majority of spiritual leaders have allowed government interference to compromise their God anointed spiritual duty to pastor their flocks.  

We, as Christians, are supposed to bring the kingdom of God to this earth. That is impossible when we accept what ungodly men establish as law. Our Founders intended for the populace to be knowledgeable in the Word of God so we would oppose any attempt by ungodly people to usurp God’s principles. 

What is emerging in this modern day theology is a transparent movement with the idea that as the culture changes (no more morals, values) a new church should emerge in response. It is very apparent that some popular ministers are preaching a new form of Christianity that embraces experience and personal gain rather than God’s Word.

Post-modernism is best described as the “removal” of the cold, hard true facts of the Bible in favor of the “warm, fuzzy, feel good, social justice” type of interpretation of God’s word. 

Teaching the flock about morals and principles is a noble beginning, but clearly not the essence of who we are as Christians.  

Being a good person is never a bad thing, but the Lord came to this earth not to save the righteous, but the sinner. Being kind, generous, honest and obedient to the Lord should all be components to our earthly walk. But we cannot do it alone. We need a relationship with Jesus Christ, our one and only Hope to Salvation.

Brethren, look to the Cross and repent… The Gospel of Jesus Christ is the message you need 

Matthew 1:23“The virgin shall be with child, and bear a Son, and they shall call His name Immanuel, which is translated, “God with us.”   

The birth of Jesus Christ was the most personal message possible from God. An angel told Joseph that this miracle baby would be a fulfillment of Old Testament prophecy: “‘Behold, the virgin shall be with child, and bear a Son, and they shall call His name Immanuel,’ which is translated, ‘God with us’” (Matthew 1:23).  

Paul confirmed Jesus’ identity when he wrote: “[Jesus] is the image of the invisible God,” and that all of God’s fullness dwells in Him (Colossians 1:15,19). 

God Himself came to earth in the person of Jesus Christ to save us from our sins. Could it be any more personal than that? 

This is the Word of the Lord!






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