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Preach the Gospel to Yourself Daily God did not give us His gospel just so we could embrace it and be converted. He offers it to us every day as a gift that gives to us everything we need for life and godliness. This book includes 31 "Reasons to Rehearse the Gospel Daily." Use this book to preach the gospel to yourself daily and you will be amazed at the difference it will Preach the Gospel to Yourself Daily God did not give us His gospel just so we could embrace it and be converted. He offers it to us every day as a gift that gives to us everything we need for life and godliness. This book includes 31 "Reasons to Rehearse the Gospel Daily." Use this book to preach the gospel to yourself daily and you will be amazed at the difference it will make in your life.


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Preach the Gospel to Yourself Daily God did not give us His gospel just so we could embrace it and be converted. He offers it to us every day as a gift that gives to us everything we need for life and godliness. This book includes 31 "Reasons to Rehearse the Gospel Daily." Use this book to preach the gospel to yourself daily and you will be amazed at the difference it will Preach the Gospel to Yourself Daily God did not give us His gospel just so we could embrace it and be converted. He offers it to us every day as a gift that gives to us everything we need for life and godliness. This book includes 31 "Reasons to Rehearse the Gospel Daily." Use this book to preach the gospel to yourself daily and you will be amazed at the difference it will make in your life.

30 review for A Gospel Primer for Christians: Learning to See the Glories of God's Love

  1. 4 out of 5

    Brian

    I also read this book in Sept 2008 (review below). After my second time all the way through, I'm bumping my rating to 5 stars. This really is a wonderful little book. 2008 review: This short (97 pages), but helpful book, is divided into four parts. Part 1 is a series of thirty-one meditations on "Reasons to Rehearse the Gospel Daily." These Scripture-laden reflections will nourish your soul and thrill your heart with the wonders of God's grace. Part 2 is "A Gospel Narrative: Prose Version." This i I also read this book in Sept 2008 (review below). After my second time all the way through, I'm bumping my rating to 5 stars. This really is a wonderful little book. 2008 review: This short (97 pages), but helpful book, is divided into four parts. Part 1 is a series of thirty-one meditations on "Reasons to Rehearse the Gospel Daily." These Scripture-laden reflections will nourish your soul and thrill your heart with the wonders of God's grace. Part 2 is "A Gospel Narrative: Prose Version." This is a short summary of the message of the gospel, broken down into four parts (The Glory of God; My Sin Against God; God's Work on My Behalf; My Salvation) and forty-one "verses." Part 3,"A Gospel Narrative: Poetic Version," is the summary of the gospel in the form of poetry. Part 4, "Surprised by the Gospel" explains the story behind the book - how a performance-driven pastor discovered the freedom and joy of justification by faith alone. Here's an excerpt from Part 1 of the book. This is one of the thirty-one reasons to rehearse the gospel daily. "The gospel encourages me to rest in my righteous standing with God, a standing which Christ Himself has accomplished and always maintains for me. I never have to do a moment's labor to gain or maintain my justified status before God! Freed from the burden of such a task, I now can put my energies into enjoying God, pursuing holiness, and ministering God's amazing grace to others. The gospel also reminds me that my righteous standing with God always holds firm regardless of my performance, because my standing is based solely on the work of Jesus and not mine. On my worst days of sin and failure, the gospel encourages me with God's unrelenting grace toward me. On my best days of victory and usefulness, the gospel keeps me relating to God solely on the basis of Jesus' righteousness and not mine." Each of these meditations are written in the first person like this. Just reading them really is an exercise in preaching the gospel to oneself. I came across this book through Andy Naselli's review in Themelios. It was so positive that I ordered it immediately. I'm glad I did. Take it and read.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Omar

    I NEVER read the same book twice - but I just finished reading this one for the second time because it’s just that good! This book is a helpful correction to the “mistake made by Christians who view the Gospel as something that has fully served out its purpose the moment they believed in Jesus for Salvation.” Not only does the truth of the Gospel give us the light of Salvation, but also it’s implications are life-changing for the believer’s daily life as well—so long as he does not “lay it aside I NEVER read the same book twice - but I just finished reading this one for the second time because it’s just that good! This book is a helpful correction to the “mistake made by Christians who view the Gospel as something that has fully served out its purpose the moment they believed in Jesus for Salvation.” Not only does the truth of the Gospel give us the light of Salvation, but also it’s implications are life-changing for the believer’s daily life as well—so long as he does not “lay it aside after conversion to move on to 'bigger and better' things.” As Vincent says, “The gospel is the craziest thing I’ve ever heard in my life. And it’s true!” -------- My review from first time reading this book: Excellent little book that should be read and re-read frequently! I would recommend reading sections two and three (Gospel Narrative) before section one (Reasons to Rehearse the Gospel Daily) so as to give you a better understanding of what exactly he is speaking about in section one.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Logan Moore

    Fantastic book to soak in at a slow rate. I read this each morning during my time with God and it truly is a great mind refresher for where we stand before our perfect and holy God. I would love to read this again because it is packed with so much truth!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Jonathan Sussex

    This is a great one to keep handy as a to preach the gospel to yourself, if you are suffering with a bout of gospel amnesia. particularly enjoyed section 3 the poem

  5. 5 out of 5

    Electric Bubbles

    I wanted an audiobook to listen to, so I chose a book on my "to-read" shelf and bought it on audible. I should have thought about my decision a little more carefully. This is a great book! I think all Christians, especially young Christians, should read this. But you'll want a physical copy, one where you can write notes and look up the references at will. I wanted an audiobook to listen to, so I chose a book on my "to-read" shelf and bought it on audible. I should have thought about my decision a little more carefully. This is a great book! I think all Christians, especially young Christians, should read this. But you'll want a physical copy, one where you can write notes and look up the references at will.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Mandy J. Hoffman

    MY REVIEW: Refreshing. Uplifting. Simple. Deep. Just as it's title suggests, this simple book is meant to teach adults and teens of any age the simple, yet profound truth of the gospel on a daily basis. It is broken into four sections, one of which is Vincent's testimony of what brought him to write this book. The other three are the gospel in various forms that you can read through quite easily in one sitting. While this book is certainly beneficial as a one-time read, it would be even better as MY REVIEW: Refreshing. Uplifting. Simple. Deep. Just as it's title suggests, this simple book is meant to teach adults and teens of any age the simple, yet profound truth of the gospel on a daily basis. It is broken into four sections, one of which is Vincent's testimony of what brought him to write this book. The other three are the gospel in various forms that you can read through quite easily in one sitting. While this book is certainly beneficial as a one-time read, it would be even better as a daily or weekly aid in helping you to refocus your thinking on the many glorious truths of the gospel and what they mean to you today - not just "yesterday" as a new believer. I personally really enjoyed this book and it's simplicity. I could read it quickly yet soak in the rich depth. If you are looking for a book that will help you understand the glorious and daily implications of the gospel in your life then I would highly recommend this book for you to read. It's a simple beginning to an endless topic.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Rachel

    I am immediately starting this book over again. My Dad recommended it to me after I sent him a letter in the mail deeply disturbed by the thought that someday I would have to stand before the LORD and be held accountable for all that I had done in this life. I am ashamed of my sinfulness, that my efforts continually fall short of showing God how much I love him. I was saying with Paul- I do the very evil that I do NOT want to do, even when I set out to do good. This book eloquently conveys the h I am immediately starting this book over again. My Dad recommended it to me after I sent him a letter in the mail deeply disturbed by the thought that someday I would have to stand before the LORD and be held accountable for all that I had done in this life. I am ashamed of my sinfulness, that my efforts continually fall short of showing God how much I love him. I was saying with Paul- I do the very evil that I do NOT want to do, even when I set out to do good. This book eloquently conveys the heart of the gospel. The amazing love that our God graciously bestows upon us when we claim him as our own and return to our true home- his presence. I completely agree with the author. As we dwell on the gospel, joy fills our soul. Gratitude comes naturally- and out of thanks for the love poured into our lives- while we were still sinners- obedience comes, not begrudgingly, but exuberantly as we seek out the presence of one who loves us so far and above anything we can imagine or hope for. Our God is amazing!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Ciara

    I highly recommend this short primer. It is an excellent reminder of what it means to be a Christian. In academics, you move on from the simple to the complex. The result, in my experience, being that basics are sometimes forgotten. With God, we should constantly remind ourselves of the basics, because, though there is great and important truth to be found in the details and complexities of the Bible and Christian teaching, getting lost in them means losing sight of the foundation: our sin and G I highly recommend this short primer. It is an excellent reminder of what it means to be a Christian. In academics, you move on from the simple to the complex. The result, in my experience, being that basics are sometimes forgotten. With God, we should constantly remind ourselves of the basics, because, though there is great and important truth to be found in the details and complexities of the Bible and Christian teaching, getting lost in them means losing sight of the foundation: our sin and God's infinite love. If we lose sight of that we risk our humility, our identity and our very friendship with God, which is the point.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Natalie Weber

    One of our Adventures In Character (AIC) staff members recommended this book to me after we discussed our mutual vision for make the Gospel our emphasis in next year’s program. It is a short, but rich and power-packed 97 pages. It is best summed up in the author’s own words in his introduction: “God did not give us His gospel just so we could embrace it and be converted. Actually, He offers it to us every day as a gift that keeps on giving to us everything we need for life and godliness.” This i One of our Adventures In Character (AIC) staff members recommended this book to me after we discussed our mutual vision for make the Gospel our emphasis in next year’s program. It is a short, but rich and power-packed 97 pages. It is best summed up in the author’s own words in his introduction: “God did not give us His gospel just so we could embrace it and be converted. Actually, He offers it to us every day as a gift that keeps on giving to us everything we need for life and godliness.” This is something I am coming to realize and appreciate more fully every day!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Keri Howell

    This is such a hard book to rate. I absolutely loved Parts 2 - 4, especially the Gospel written poetically, but the first section was dry & boring to me. The 4 stars are totally for the poem that is so good, it makes the whole book worth reading.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Chad Warner

    A spiritually enriching, comforting set of short lessons on the truths of the Gospel. Vincent wrote it to help Christians daily review the benefits of the Gospel, to experience it more fully each day, and to remind themselves of the importance of the Gospel throughout their lives, rather than only at conversion. As Vincent explains by quoting Living the Cross Centered Life,The gospel isn't one class among many that you'll attend during your life as a Christian—the gospel is the whole building tha A spiritually enriching, comforting set of short lessons on the truths of the Gospel. Vincent wrote it to help Christians daily review the benefits of the Gospel, to experience it more fully each day, and to remind themselves of the importance of the Gospel throughout their lives, rather than only at conversion. As Vincent explains by quoting Living the Cross Centered Life,The gospel isn't one class among many that you'll attend during your life as a Christian—the gospel is the whole building that all the classes take place in! Rightly approached, all the topics you'll study and focus on as a believer will be offered to you 'within the walls' of the glorious gospel.Notes Introduction Col 1:23 tells Christians to be continually established and steadfast in the Gospel.… preaching the gospel to myself every day … I find myself sinning less, but just as importantly, I find myself recovering my footing more quickly after sinning, due to the immediate comfort found in the gospel. I have also found that when I am absorbed in the gospel, everything else I am supposed to be toward God and others seems to flow out of me more naturally and passionately. Doing right is not always easy, but it is never more easy than when one is breathing deeply the atmosphere of the gospel.Part 1: Reasons to Rehearse the Gospel Daily When your mind is fixed on the Gospel, you have ample reason to show God's love to others, because you're mindful of the love God has shown you (Titus 3:2-8). Reminding yourself of Gospel helps you forgive others, because you recall the forgiveness God grants you (Eph 4:32; Col 3:12-13). The more time you spend in the Gospel, the more you'll be motivated to evangelize the lost; you'll develop a Rom 9 burden for non-Christians. Preaching Gospel to yourself daily kills pride and replaces it with humility. Gospel moves you from loving yourself to loving God. Gospel enables you to embrace your tribulations as means of sanctification, and gain full spiritual benefit from them. The hope of seeing Christ in glory helps purify you in this life (1 John 3:3). Thinking of spending eternity with saints helps you love them in this life (Col 1:4-5). Thinking of life in Heaven with Christ allows you to thrive in middle of struggles in this life (2 Cor 4:16-18). What we deserve from God is a full cup of His wrath. To be handed a completely empty cup would be cause for infinite gratitude. We should be amazed at God's kindness to get even a tiny drop of blessing in the cup. The reality is that God gives His people a cup full of every spiritual blessing, containing no wrath (Rev 14:10; Ps 75:8; Eph 3:1; Ps 116:12-13). The more you experience the life-transforming power of the Gospel, the more confident you'll be in speaking it to others (Rom 1:15-16). Part 4: Surprised by the Gospel 100% of the wrath you deserve for your sins was spent on Jesus. None of His anger is left for you, even when you fail Him. He now has only love, compassion, affection for you. He works all things for your ultimate, eternal good. His favor on you isn't changed by your sin. He cares for you so much that He chastises/disciplines you when you sin.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Andrea G

    Excellent Gospel reminders! Every believer needs this book to help them savor the Gospel and live it daily! It is a book I’ll probably never shelf as I’ll read it regularly to help focus my mind on the truth of the Good news we’ve been given in Christ! Absolute must read!!

  13. 4 out of 5

    Brandon Hill

    A great call to be continuously meditating on and living the gospel. A definitely needed read and reminder about the power of the gospel.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Becca

    At the end of this book, Milton Vincent tells his story. In 2001, he had been through many years of seminary and was serving as a pastor. Cognitively, he understood the math of the gospel. (Jesus died to pay for the sins of humanity.) However, this cognitive understanding hadn't permeated the deep, emotional mechanics of his daily life. As a result, Vincent lived in constant fear that God was angry with him. He would wax and wane through various self-powered attempts at "being good", trying to a At the end of this book, Milton Vincent tells his story. In 2001, he had been through many years of seminary and was serving as a pastor. Cognitively, he understood the math of the gospel. (Jesus died to pay for the sins of humanity.) However, this cognitive understanding hadn't permeated the deep, emotional mechanics of his daily life. As a result, Vincent lived in constant fear that God was angry with him. He would wax and wane through various self-powered attempts at "being good", trying to appease a God he felt was always frowning and displeased with him. It was an exhausting and fearful way to live. Finally overwhelmed by doubt and failure, Vincent encountered Romans 5 and began to see grace clearly for the first time. This book details his discovery that the gospel of God's unshakable love doesn't just apply to a distant eternal state, but to every progressive aspect of our daily lives as well. It brings security to restlessness, shelter to inability, and peace to failure.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Jerry

    What an incredible little book! A pastor friend of mine suggested every Christian should have one copy of this and a good study Bible. I concur. Never have I ready such moving and powerful reflections on the power of the Gospel of Christ. C. J. Mahaney says in the Cross Centered Life, "Never be content with your current grasp of the gospel. The gospel is life-permeating, world-altering, universe-changing truth. It has more facets than a diamond. Its depths man will never exhaust." This small boo What an incredible little book! A pastor friend of mine suggested every Christian should have one copy of this and a good study Bible. I concur. Never have I ready such moving and powerful reflections on the power of the Gospel of Christ. C. J. Mahaney says in the Cross Centered Life, "Never be content with your current grasp of the gospel. The gospel is life-permeating, world-altering, universe-changing truth. It has more facets than a diamond. Its depths man will never exhaust." This small book is a wonderful step in the right direction to plumbing the depths of the Gospel of Christ and applying it to ones life. No summary here, just gushing words of recommendation. I hope to read this numerous times throughout my life and memorize large portions of it. Read it, and you'll see why.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Audrey Jost

    Nothing is more worth our time than the glorious gospel of Jesus Christ! I know I need it daily, and this book is one beautiful, potent shot of GOSPEL. I'll be revisiting A Gospel Primer frequently, and couldn't recommend it more. "The gospel is so foolish (according to my natural wisdom), so scandalous (according to my conscience), and so incredible (according to my timid heart), that it is a daily battle to believe the full scope of it as I should. There is simply no other way to compete with Nothing is more worth our time than the glorious gospel of Jesus Christ! I know I need it daily, and this book is one beautiful, potent shot of GOSPEL. I'll be revisiting A Gospel Primer frequently, and couldn't recommend it more. "The gospel is so foolish (according to my natural wisdom), so scandalous (according to my conscience), and so incredible (according to my timid heart), that it is a daily battle to believe the full scope of it as I should. There is simply no other way to compete with the forebodings of my conscience, the condemnings of my heart, and the lies of the world and the Devil than to overwhelm such things with daily rehearsings of the gospel."

  17. 5 out of 5

    Josue Manriquez

    This is an excellent little book that can be "nibbled at" each day to draw one's mind to the glorious truths of the Gospel. It is a short book that is divided into four parts in which Milton Vincent articulates the message of the Gospel. In Part 1, Milton explains the benefits of rehearsing the Gospel daily. Part 2 contains a prose version of the Gospel narrative. A poetic version of the Gospel narrative is provided in Part 3. Finally, in Part 4 Milton shares how the Gospel has changed his life a This is an excellent little book that can be "nibbled at" each day to draw one's mind to the glorious truths of the Gospel. It is a short book that is divided into four parts in which Milton Vincent articulates the message of the Gospel. In Part 1, Milton explains the benefits of rehearsing the Gospel daily. Part 2 contains a prose version of the Gospel narrative. A poetic version of the Gospel narrative is provided in Part 3. Finally, in Part 4 Milton shares how the Gospel has changed his life and testimony, and in so doing explains how the book came to be.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Mitch Nichols

    Very practical and encouraging. I could immediately identify with the author and the his passion for the Gospel when reading the introduction. Like many, he accepted Christ at an early age only to spend years "floundering in defeat" only to "rediscover" the Gospel later in life to find that it a gift that keeps on giving and is our source and motivation for life and godliness. Vincent challenges the reader to "move beyond the mere recitation of facts" and absorb it. A good resource to go back to Very practical and encouraging. I could immediately identify with the author and the his passion for the Gospel when reading the introduction. Like many, he accepted Christ at an early age only to spend years "floundering in defeat" only to "rediscover" the Gospel later in life to find that it a gift that keeps on giving and is our source and motivation for life and godliness. Vincent challenges the reader to "move beyond the mere recitation of facts" and absorb it. A good resource to go back to again and again.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Molly

    I did not want to read this book, simply because someone else told me to. After I laid down my pride, I decided to read why Vincent wrote the book in the first place. I wish that bit was at the beginning of the book, because it helped me relate to the author and the freedom he experienced through preaching the gospel to himself. Learned several truths about God and that I had been believing lies. These truths have changed my relationship with God - I am so glad I got over that pride!

  20. 5 out of 5

    Larry

    This is one of the best books I have read. The author says that the gospel is not just to bring us to faith, but that once we have believed, it is crucial that we rehearse the gospel daily. I highly recommend this, and I plan to reread it again and again. I found this to be a life-changing sort of book. Be sure to read Part IV. I will say that Part III was a little hard for me to read very seriously. I couldn't get the notion of The Cat in the Hat out of my head. :-) This is one of the best books I have read. The author says that the gospel is not just to bring us to faith, but that once we have believed, it is crucial that we rehearse the gospel daily. I highly recommend this, and I plan to reread it again and again. I found this to be a life-changing sort of book. Be sure to read Part IV. I will say that Part III was a little hard for me to read very seriously. I couldn't get the notion of The Cat in the Hat out of my head. :-)

  21. 5 out of 5

    Ezra

    Mmmm... Glospelicious This book brings rich clarity to exactly why the Gospel is such good news, outlining God's incalculable goodness first in 31 different aspects, then in a prose summary, thirdly in a poetic summary and finally briefly in the authors own life. At only around 75 pages long, this book is very easy read with a terrifically high truth to page count ratio. Short, Simple and wonderfully saviour-centric. Highly recommended. Mmmm... Glospelicious This book brings rich clarity to exactly why the Gospel is such good news, outlining God's incalculable goodness first in 31 different aspects, then in a prose summary, thirdly in a poetic summary and finally briefly in the authors own life. At only around 75 pages long, this book is very easy read with a terrifically high truth to page count ratio. Short, Simple and wonderfully saviour-centric. Highly recommended.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Dan Sudfeld

    Wow! This book is a small book that packs a big whallop. It took even 'slow-reader Sudfeld' only about two hours to read. Vincent's these is that we must continue to preach the Gospel to ourselves. This book is the fruit of the author's effort to rehearse the Gospel for himself. In doing so, he has done a great service to all who love the Gospel and would take the time to read this treasure. Wow! This book is a small book that packs a big whallop. It took even 'slow-reader Sudfeld' only about two hours to read. Vincent's these is that we must continue to preach the Gospel to ourselves. This book is the fruit of the author's effort to rehearse the Gospel for himself. In doing so, he has done a great service to all who love the Gospel and would take the time to read this treasure.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Herb Hunter

    This book was a great read. brief, but profound. Vincent weaves and massages the gospel into much of daily life. I am usually not too excited when I receive a book from someone in my church who says, "you just have to read this." But, in this case, I was glad to receive it and have ordered my own copy! This book was a great read. brief, but profound. Vincent weaves and massages the gospel into much of daily life. I am usually not too excited when I receive a book from someone in my church who says, "you just have to read this." But, in this case, I was glad to receive it and have ordered my own copy!

  24. 5 out of 5

    Mike Mulligan and his Steam Shovel

    What a Gospel punch is packed in this short book! If you want the Gospel in all it's glory to permeate your life, get this book and wallow in it. A wonderful description of all the aspects of the Gospel plus 31 reasons why we need to "preach the Gospel to ourselves" every day. Please, please get a copy of this book! What a Gospel punch is packed in this short book! If you want the Gospel in all it's glory to permeate your life, get this book and wallow in it. A wonderful description of all the aspects of the Gospel plus 31 reasons why we need to "preach the Gospel to ourselves" every day. Please, please get a copy of this book!

  25. 5 out of 5

    Matthew Manchester

    It lives up to what it says it is: a short yet full summary of the gospel. I found it light concerning election and such, and wish he talked more about adoption than he did,but overall it was great. The poem is something I will remember for a long time to come. That and what he says about "the glass half full". Read the poem here: https://ufile.io/dc7431 It lives up to what it says it is: a short yet full summary of the gospel. I found it light concerning election and such, and wish he talked more about adoption than he did,but overall it was great. The poem is something I will remember for a long time to come. That and what he says about "the glass half full". Read the poem here: https://ufile.io/dc7431

  26. 5 out of 5

    Dana

    This book is absolutely incredible. I think every Christian would benefit from reading this short book on The Gospel. After being a Christian for 15 years, I finally have a better grasp on the depth and power of The Gospel because of this book.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Sam

    Along with a good study bible, every Christian needs to own this book. Milton Vincent has accurately and eloquently rehearsed and presented the deep truths of the gospel. This is a book to be read slowly and meditatively again and again. Excellent.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Jenny

    A short little book that opened my eyes to see the Gospel in every part of my faith. The Gospel isn't just for the unsaved, but for the saved as well. Read it straight through or use it as a daily devotion. A short little book that opened my eyes to see the Gospel in every part of my faith. The Gospel isn't just for the unsaved, but for the saved as well. Read it straight through or use it as a daily devotion.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Bill

    A solid entrant in the 'books about the gospel' genre. The formatting is a bit odd, but the content is great. Highlights were Part 1 (reasons to rehearse the gospel daily) and Part 4 (the personal story of the author). A solid entrant in the 'books about the gospel' genre. The formatting is a bit odd, but the content is great. Highlights were Part 1 (reasons to rehearse the gospel daily) and Part 4 (the personal story of the author).

  30. 5 out of 5

    Gina Johnson

    Short, easy to read, but packed chalk full of deep spiritual truth (and it's all referenced and foot noted so you can check scripture against what he's saying and not just take his word for it. This was my 2nd time reading this book and I'm sure it won't be my last. Short, easy to read, but packed chalk full of deep spiritual truth (and it's all referenced and foot noted so you can check scripture against what he's saying and not just take his word for it. This was my 2nd time reading this book and I'm sure it won't be my last.

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