I have often said that the gospel is more than good advice, it is good news. Often people will mistake a preacher’s delivery for the gospel. While it is true that no preacher says everything perfectly, there is a difference when it comes to gospel ministry. Good advice preaching causes its hearers to constantly be trying to fix themselves, whereas gospel proclamation produces rejoicing in the perfection that Christ is for them. This does not mean that we do not desire to improve in our walk. We simply recognize that our improvement is based upon seeing His perfection (see 2 Cor. 3:18). His light does not expose what is wrong with you; but what is right with Christ in you the only hope of a glorious walk (see Col. 1:27). Wow! Now that is good news.