Good Advice vs. Good News


“At the core of just about every major religion is something we call advice, or a set of instructions intended to help you live a better life. But is that what lies at the heart of the Christian faith? Tips and instructions for personal transformation? Whatever happened to the Christian gospel?” – Michael Horton [Feb. 10, 2008] (http://whitehorseinn .org)

Indeed, more and more preachers are preaching “Good Advice” yet when they preach “Good News” people tend to go home and never come back until a new “good adviser” would come and touch their hearts on Sunday Worships.

Whose fault is it? The preacher’s? or The listener’s?

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