gospel

[ gos-puh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF gospel

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GOSPEL

It was a gospel that had to be preached with tears and beseechings from one generation to another.

What do we mean by Law and Gospel, and where are they found?

By loving the things of God, especially the Church and the Gospel.

The name which she chose for herself is Evangelical (true to the Gospel).

And he said unto them, Go ye into all the world, and preach the gospel to every creature.

She listened, reflected, and "inwardly digested," the truths of the Gospel.

But God now forbids polygamy, under the gospel; and now it is sin.

In 1854, he was licensed to preach the Gospel, by the church with which he was connected.

God, in the gospel, places us in this higher and holier ground and air of love.

Amongst us there is a great and daily increasing persecution on account of the Gospel.

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