Author: Creflo Dollar



Many times, we talk about the Gospel without understanding the meaning and significance of it. However, we must begin to truly discover the true meaning of the Gospel in order to take part in it.



  1. What is the Gospel (the good news)?
    1. God preached the Gospel to Abraham, saying, “In thee shall all nations be blessed” (Galatians 3:7-8).
    2. The Gospel is the good news about the blessing. Jesus died so the blessing could come on all of us.  
      1. Christ has redeemed us from the curse of the law (Galatians 3:13-14).
      2. Jesus died so that we do not have to be subject to the curse, which is an empowerment to fail.
      3. All of us can be saved, but each one of us has to make the decision for ourselves.
      4. Likewise, everyone can be blessed; however, each one of us has to make the decision to be blessed.
  2. When we speak the Word of God over our battles in life, we take authority over those situations.

    1. We can release our faith in the power of the blood of Jesus by saying what we believe we receive by faith.
      1. For example, you can say, “I release my faith for my victories through the blood of the Lamb!”
    2. We are not ashamed of the Gospel, which is the blessing that has been made available to us by the blood of Jesus (Romans 1:16, AMP). 
      1. We are blessed to be a blessing to others.
      2. Poverty is a curse. It is designed to destroy us.
      3. We can take authority over poverty by releasing our faith for victory over it. 
    3. What has been plaguing your life?
      1. Take authority over it by speaking faith-filled words. Proclaim your right to be free from it through and by the blood of Jesus.



Scripture References:


  • Galatians 3:6-14
  • Romans 1:16, AMP