The Most Challenging Thing That I Face
The most humbling and challenging thing that I face – the great concern of my heart – is that my generation experience a return to the preaching of the Gospel of God’s grace.
This generation is plagued with a gospel of works and are strangers to the gospel of redemption.
I want a return to the message that takes away all of the glory and dignity of the flesh and proclaims the redemptive glory of Christ.
The results of this message will be a sense of the awesome holiness of God, the inability and sinfulness of the flesh, and the total sufficiency of the Person and work of Christ.
Perhaps once again we will hear men and women cry…
“Depths of mercy can there be,
mercy still reserved for me?
Can my God His wrath forbear,
and me, the chief of sinners, spare?”
By Henry Mahan