In the great commission, Jesus said, "Go ye into all the world and preach the gospel." In carrying out this commission, Paul said, "Woe is unto me if I preach not the gospel." To the church in Galatia, he said that if an angel should preach any other gospel, he would be accursed. He also stated that the gospel is God's power unto salvation to all who believe it. So, with these guides to direct us and prohibitions to protect us, Christians will earnestly contend that the gospel is God's only saving power, that nothing but the gospel must be preached, and that there is no hope for anyone doesn't obey the gospel. But there seems to be trouble with that word, "Go," in Mark 16:15. There's seems to be a lot of zeal for what Jesus commanded...but sometimes, I'm afraid we have trouble with that word, "Go." But, isn't it just as important as being baptized? What does the Bible say?
Host: Alan Caudle