The Grace Gospel Mission aims to proclaim the Gospel of Grace* of the Lord Jesus Christ to all men. This is in response to the great commission of the Lord Jesus, who before His return to heaven commanded his disciples to preach (or proclaim) the Gospel* to every creature. (See Mark's Gospel Chapter 16 verse 15)
However, we also have a special purpose within that general commission and that is to bring the message of the gospel of GRACE * to those who have been led astray by a false gospel (which is not a gospel) - i.e. those who accept the name of "Christians" who are commonly are called "Arminians" * . Also to proclaim the gospel to others who call themselves Christians - who are in fellowship in apostate* churches and denominations.
If you are shocked by the claims and statements made here - we wish it to be known that our motives spring from a love for the Lord Jesus Christ and a strong desire for the salvation of souls in obedience to the Great Commission. We also wish it to be known that in presenting this material, we believe we are upholding the teaching of the Bible as the SOLE source of our authority. These teachings were held by most if not all the major churches at the time of the great Reformation, when they separated from the Church of Rome. To confirm this we suggest you compare the teachings here with those of the great Reformation Confessions of Faith.*
This is not in our view merely a matter of preference as Christan believers. It is a matter of life and death - eternal life and eternal death!
There is only ONE way of salvation - it is by grace ALONE, through faith ALONE in the finished work of Christ ALONE. Anything else is a false gospel and on the day of judgment God will say to all who embrace such a 'gospel' - "I never knew you!" (Matthew 7:23)
Is your faith built on solid rock or shifting sand? (Matthew 7:24-26)
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Footnotes Gospel : This comes from the old English - 'God's spiel' - meaning God's story. It is the English word used for the original Greek - 'euangellion' or evangel, meaning a message or a proclamation of good news. The the New Testament of the Bible you will find there are four Books called Gospels. These are the four accounts of the good news of Jesus - the Son of Son of God by Matthew, Mark, Luke and John.
Grace: The primary meaning is "the unmerited favour of God shown to sinners". A secondary use is the manifestation or experience of that favour in the enabling power of God in the lives of men and women.
Arminians: This refers to those who hold to the (false) teaching of Jacobus Arminius. (Read more about him in the following pages). The vast majority of those who call themselves 'Christians' unwittingly have been taught and hold to these beliefs. ( This designation must NOT be confused with "Armenians" who come from Armenia!! )
Arminianism: The set of beliefs or 5 doctrines taught by Arminius.
Apostate: This comes from a Greek word used in the original New Testament to describe those individuals and churches that have "gone away from the true faith".
Confessions of Faith: These formal statements were composed to combat error in the various Churches at or about the time of the Reformation. Visit the Download page and you will be able to download various files containing these Statements.