10 Gospel Coaching Sessions Will Empower Your Life Beyond Imagination



The gospel is the power of God in us (Rom  1:16-17).

The gospel is the method God has chosen
to bless us, to empower us, and to benefit us
in living the abundant life of his Son Jesus (John 10:10).

Abba Father God’s desire is to bless us as his kids.
The way he does so is for us to live in all
of the following 10 aspects of the gospel.



A Very Impacting Introduction on These 10 Sessions

  1. The gospel Is living in total, absolute assurance of salvation

  2. The gospel is living in God’s unconditional, eternal love and acceptance

  3. The gospel is living outside the law that produces guilt and condemnation

  4. The gospel is living Christ’s abundant life, faith, ability and blessing

  5. The gospel is living in Father’s manifold grace, mercy and power

  6. The gospel is living as God’s ambassadors on earth with diplomatic immunity from sin

  7. The gospel is living in the righteousness of Jesus, in his ministry and inheritance

  8. The gospel is living in total spiritual authority over Satan and his demons

  9. The gospel is living filled with God’s presence and fullness, imparting him to others

  10. The gospel is living equal to everyone else, regardless of human abilities or limitations

  A Closing P.S. to the Ten Tenants of the Gospel




There are two other gospel aspects, but they do not deal
with living the abundant life of Christ on this earth.

Instead, they deal with two subjects we all face in this life:
(1) physical death, and (2) eternal life in heaven.

Thus, I entitle these:
(1) Death: the Ultimate Life Experience
(2) Heaven Is Real: Setting Your Affection on God’s Vision of Eternity

For these 2 subjects, be sure to visit:



In many ways, we are repeating the unbelief of the Jews in the Old Testament. The ancient Jews were told to do two things by God in the Old Testament:
(1) To separate themselves from the religions, idols and ways of other people
(2) To believe in, obey and live the Old Covenant law.

We modern Christians are told to do two very similar things by God in the New Testament:
(1) To repent of all other beliefs, theologies, opinions, and human concoctions
(2) To believe and live the gospel in all of its glory and power.

The first words of Jesus after leaving the wilderness with Satan, was something very short and simple: “The time is fulfilled and the Kingdom of God is at hand. Repent and believe.” It was the most important thing on his mind and heart. Thus, it should be the most important thing on our mind and heart too.


The Gospel: The New Covenant of the Bible

The cross of Christ is the central focus of all human history. Those before the cross looked FORWARD to the cross, the Christ event. Those of us after the cross should look BACKWARD at it. The cross is the center of everything. It fulfills all prophecy and brings in the Kingdom of God on earth. The New Covenant gospel is what defines and proclaims this.

Jesus came to bring us God’s good news, which he mainly taught in his parables.

He knew we could not understand everything until after the cross, and then he wouldn’t be around very long. He stated this in John 16:12: “I have many things to say to you, but you can’t understand them now.”

Thus, after the cross, Paul said he was called to both defend and confirm the gospel (Phil 1:7).


Hebrews 4 talks about living in a state of rest in God’s Kingdom on earth. The ancient Jews could not enter God’s rest due to UNBELIEF (Heb 3:18-19). Then chapter four begins with this statement: “For unto us was the gospel preached, as well as unto them, but the word preached did not profit them, not being mixed with faith in them who heard it.” Thus Paul cries out: “The just  — those of us who are justified by Christ — shall live by faith. We must live by faith in Jesus.

We are called to live the gospel in faith and belief. Remember, this was the first thing Jesus said. We should not copy the ancient Jews and repeat their error of unbelief. And the belief

Jesus says we must have is in the good news of his Kingdom — we must believe the truth and reality of it. I quoted what I see to be the 10 aspects of the gospel at the beginning of this message. The problem most people have with this ‘good news’ is it just seems too good to be true.

Now, if we’re not living in Kingdom truth, Paul says we’re in Satan’s snare, and we’re captive to Satan at his will. The way to break this is to ask God to give us a spirit of repentance so we can believe and live the truth Jesus came to bring us (II Tim 2:25-26).

Today God’s Kingdom is about us believing and living gospel truth. As we’ll see, this is what the early, first century church did. But today, we have so many denominations, and theologies, and so many personal opinions, and concoctions beliefs, that in most churches, the message Jesus brought is only ANCIENT HISTORY. I jokingly say it’s like the SECOND Tower of Babel today.



God told Moses about Jesus and the gospel 3,000 years ago. God said he would send his special Prophet (meaning Jesus), and he would have this Prophet (Jesus) declare God’s message, to us. He said he would require us to believe it and live it (Deut 18:15-19). God went on to say he would put his words in this Prophet’s mouth, and that this Prophet (who again, is Jesus) would speak to us all that God commanded him. God ended this saying, “And it shall be that whoever will not hear my words which he speaks in my name, I will REQUIRE it of him.”

See the importance of this! We are required to understand, believe and live the gospel. It’s not a CHOICE we have to make. It’s a REQUIREMENT God says we must live by. There is no doubt that Jesus is the ‘Prophet’ God spoke to Moses about. And Jesus had some things to say about the gospel truth he spoke to us:
“As my Father has taught me, I speak these things” (John 8:28).
“I speak that which I have seen with my Father” (John 8:38).
“Even as the  Father said to me, so I speak” (John 12:50).
“The words that I speak, I do not speak of myself, but my Father who dwells in me” (John 14:10).

This is what God told Moses he would do. Jesus was God’s Prophet, to bring us God’s gospel message for us to live. As Jesus says, Repent, of all other beliefs, and believe the gospel!



The Book of Acts quotes Moses: “A Prophet shall the Lord your God raise up unto you… him you shall hear in ALL things he says to you. And it shall come to pass that every person who will NOT hear this Prophet shall be destroyed from among the people” (Acts 3:23-24).    WOW!

I’ll repeat it again: you and I are required to understand, believe and live God’s Kingdom truth, which is the gospel of Christ’s finished work. It’s not a choice we have to make. It’s a requirement we are told we must live by. Thus Jesus says we must repent of ALL other beliefs — and believe the good news Jesus brought (Mark 1:15).

Many Christians think most things in the Bible are an elective. They can choose to believe and live them or not, thereby concocting their own theologies and beliefs. This is really not true.

Jesus says the exact same thing in John. He says, “He who rejects me, and does not receive my words, has one that judges him: the word that I have spoken, the same shall judge him in the last day” (John 12:48). Let me ask this: if Jesus told us to repent of all other beliefs, and to only believe the gospel, what do you think were the words he spoke? It’s pretty obvious this is a direct reference to his New Covenant Kingdom truth.

Jesus said the gospel must be preached in all the world before the end times would come (Matt 24:14). WOW AGAIN! He then went on to say we must preach the gospel to every person (Mark 16:15). He also said that he was anointed to preach the gospel (Luke 4:18), which is the gospel of the Kingdom of God, and this was the reason he came to earth (Luke 4:43).

Do you get a glimpse of just how important the gospel is? It goes way beyond just being important. It is VITAL. It is REQUIRED. We are not given a CHOICE. This is why, as The Gospel Life Coach, I stress it continually. Read this message in print below, and especially the 10 aspects of the gospel at the very first. But see this: the REASON it is so important to God for us to live the gospel, is he wants to bless us out of our socks!



Paul says in the last days, God will judge the secrets of our hearts by Jesus Christ, according to the gospel (Rom 2:16). He also makes a statement about us Gentiles. He says, “For when Gentiles, who do NOT have the law, instinctively do the things of the Law, these Gentiles, NOT having the law, are a law to themselves” (Rom 2:14). There are only two choices in the Bible: (1) living by law, and (2) living by the book of Jesus.

We Gentiles never had the law at all. It was only for Jews. So why does any Christian try to live by it? I’m not sure there’s a good answer to this. In fact it might be said that we just STOLE the law from the Jews. So, if this verse is accurate, we Gentiles have NO business living by law. The law was nailed to the cross of Jesus (Col 2:14), and was abolished by the cross (Eph 2:15). We Gentiles were not officially birthed into God’s Kingdom until after the cross.

So why in the world do any of us try to live by a system that was abolished before we were part of God’s Kingdom? The only real answer is that those who do are in UNBELIEF.

Paul continues to talk about the NECESSITY of the book in our lives. Speaking of end times: “Jesus shall be revealed from heaven with his mighty angels, in flaming fire taking vengeance on them (1) who do not know God, and (2) who do not obey the gospel of our Lord Jesus” (II Thes 1:7-8). Sadly, in Romans 10:16, in speaking about us Christians he says, “But they have not all obeyed the gospel.” Here it says people are judged for two things:

(1) not believing in Jesus (you can’t know God except through Jesus), and
(2) not believing and living the gospel Jesus came to bring us.

According to both Jesus and Paul, gospel belief is what is going to judge us. This is why I present this series of coaching sessions on the gospel: so you understand it, believe it and live it.



And as I will continue to repeat as we go along, God is not imposing anything HARD on us in the gospel. The only thing we are required to do is to BELIEVE it. There is nothing to really DO because the gospel is the power of God in us whereby he perform good works in us (Eph 3:10). It is by the Book, and living in fellowship in the gospel, that God begins good works in us and continues to perform them (Phil 1:5-6). It is the gospel that causes good works to come out of us (Col 1:5-6). The gospel is totally for our BENEFIT.

The gospel is so positive and powerful for us. It benefits us. It blesses us totally.

The book is not something that we have to work. Rather, it works us. After 25 years in the gospel, I can say that the it is a JOY to live, not a JOB to do, as the law was. The Old Covenant was a JOB. The New Covenant is a JOY. God says the gospel is good for us. It’s Satan who blinds the minds of so many Christians, so they don’t grasp the gospel.

The Book has nothing but positive, helpful, empowering things about it. But one thing you need to see is that you need to be settled in the book. The gospel is our hope (Col 1:23). The Book should be like the ROCK that Jesus talks about building your house on.

When we do this, and live in all of its glory and power, then we’re told that this is the new DISPENSATION of God for us, and that it fulfill the word of God in us (Col 1:25). The new dispensation is of course the cross of Jesus, and this is the revelation that both Jesus and Paul gave us. We will be looking at Paul’s calling next. But the main point is the gospel fulfills God’s entire word in us. WOW!

What we need to really see and understand is that the whole OLD Testament was focused on the times we live in — the time of the cross of Jesus. Peter speaks of us receiving salvation, and says the salvation we have was inquired into, and researched by Old Testament prophets, and that they prophesied of the grace that would come to US.

Peter says they couldn’t understand all about the sufferings of Christ (the cross), and the grace that would follow this. Then Peter closes saying the Old Testament prophets knew it was not for them, but for us today. He says it’s known to us is by those who preach the gospel (I Pet 1:9-12). Peter closes the chapter saying, “The word of the Lord endures forever. And this is the word that by the gospel is preached unto you.” Peter was in total support of Paul’s gospel.

There are many other things I’ll say about the gospel as we go through the gospel coaching sessions. But the only other comment I will make here is that the gospel is so important that even ANGELS preach it from heaven to people on the earth (Rev 14:6). Nothing else is given this high level of authority, importance and dominance. The gospel is God’s word to us about the meaning of the finished work of the cross of Jesus.



Paul was a man Christians feared. He had Christians jailed, and even killed for believing in Jesus. He persecuted Christians in every way, and he was given letters and authority from the high ranking Jews to do so. Don’t you wonder why God used him?

One reason was he knew the Old Testament law, and it’s religious system, better than any other person on earth. He was a Pharisee of Pharisees. He was a man educated beyond most others. What better person could God use to explain and compare and contrast the difference between the OLD Covenant law and the NEW Covenant gospel? Of course, Paul knew absolutely nothing about the New Covenant gospel, so he’ll have to learn it, right?

But another reason I think Paul was chosen was for our benefit — for you and me. If God had chosen any of Christ’s disciples, we could say they had a special place with God we don’t have. After all they all walked and talked with Jesus. We could say they had ‘an inside track’ with God that we lack. We can’t say this about Paul. He may have seen Jesus, but he didn’t know Jesus like the others. He had to learn the gospel by FAITH, just like you and I have to.

Now, after his resurrection and ascension, Paul spent three years all alone with Jesus in the desert (Gal 1:15-18). He says he was taught the gospel by means of revelation from Jesus himself (Gal 1:12). This is what he was doing for three whole, long years — talking with Jesus about the meaning of his finished work on the cross, which is what the gospel tells us.

Then he spent another 14 years in what I call ‘on the job training in the gospel’ (Gal 2:1). He spent all his time practicing on the Gentiles — what he learned in the desert from Jesus. And of course the Holy Spirit was with him teaching him all the things Jesus had said in his earthly life. His preparation in the gospel was 17 years. That’s a long time.

But then there was more. Paul says he was taken up by God into the third heaven (II Cor 12:1-4). Imagine being given a special trip to heaven. This was also about the gospel, and we’re also told that Paul was told ‘inexpressible words’ in heaven that he was not allowed to repeat to us (verse 4). What this says to us is that as glorious and vast and powerful as Jesus and Paul tell us the gospel is, there is MORE to it — that we cannot know in this lifetime — unless God reveals it to us.

We know Paul wrote over half the New Testament, and that he talks about the gospel he received in every letter he wrote.

Even John’s book of Revelation talks about:
(1) the testimony of Jesus, and
(2) the word of God.

I can show you how both these phrases mean the GOSPEL. The testimony of Jesus is obvious: it’s what he came to tell us about: the gospel. But even the word of God doesn’t mean every word from Genesis to Revelation. It is a special reference to Jesus and his gospel truth. The Book of Revelation is simply part of the New Testament canon of scripture. The whole New Testament is focused on the gospel, including a lot of Revelation.

This makes the gospel the most important thing.
(1) We must repent of all other beliefs and believe it (Mark 1:15).
(2) It must be preached in all the world before end times will come (Matt 24:14).
(3) It is so important even angels preach it from heaven to some folks on earth (Rev  14:6).

And this is what we will be talking about in all of these gospel coaching sessions.

The gospel that Father sent Jesus to bring us is the greatest,
most powerful force this spaceship called earth has ever seen.
The gospel is Father’s way of blessing us,
of benefiting us, of empowering us,
and of keeping us in health and prosperity.

What will Father judge us for the most?

It will be for us not believing and trusting him enough
to accept and live what he so freely gave us.
This is the gospel truth and reality of Jesus.

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The Gospel Life Coach

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