Here Are 2 Things Jesus Spoke About That PC Pastors Avoid

Written by Doug Giles on May 22, 2020

Unlike so many of his followers, Jesus had a habit of saying what needed saying and didn’t back down from anybody.

It didn’t matter if he was talking to an adoring public or a hostile crowd. It didn’t matter if he was addressing the cultural and religious leaders of his day or the political powers with the authority to arrest and even kill him.

Unlike the crowd-pleasing PC pastors, Christ’s words and deeds were in line with his Father in Heaven, not the whims or will of the public.

He loved people enough to tell them the BAD news that makes the GOOD news of his gospel so necessary. He wasn’t soft-selling it.

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He didn’t duck from it or mumble it with embarrassment.

But he was also man enough and loving enough to carry the solution their bad news required on his own shoulders. Literally.

That’s what this week’s show is all about.

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