The true gospel leads the believer first and foremost to ask, What can I do for you, God? (Colossians 3:1-3). But the false gospel leads the believer first and foremost to ask, What can God do for me? http://bit.ly/1yGV0CE
“Any message that doesn't give the full or complete Gospel is a false Gospel. This means not only Jesus saves but also about sin, damnation, and repentance. Without conviction of sin there is no repentance. Without repentance there is no salvation. Jesus took the punishment of our sin in our place on the cross. He rose from the grave to defeat death. The wages of sin is death and godly sorrow produces a repentance leading to salvation.”
Hyper-grace teaches us that, after our one-time confession of sin at conversion, believers no longer need to confess our sins. Is it true that sin has been dealt with ‘once and for all’ at conversion?
GRACE AND HYPER-GRACE IN A NUTSHELL