Someone wrote me recently concerning the term I use "final gospel" this person wondered what I meant by "final Gospel." He was taken up with the idea that there's only one Gospel in the Bible. This of course is the teaching the many believers who think there is only one message that God has ever given to humans. To believe this however is to be denied the fullness of what the father is doing today. What the father is doing today could be the answer to the worlds problems and needs. What the father is doing today is not just a fulfillment of everything that is mentioned in the scriptures but presents the joy of a totally new way of living. This is only mentioned in less than 1/5 of the Scriptures. To condense the Scriptures to 1/5 seems heretical to some. But it is a fact that the final gospel is mentioned and taught in the small amount of text. How did the final gospel come about? Who gave it? Who wrote it? These are questions that only have answers in our most important relationship with their father. Overtime I have learned that the born-again believer spiritual growth is anchored to the father who birthed him. If he does not know about this birthing and all it means, a believer never comes who he is taught to be by the Scriptures. How did the final gospel come about? It started in the fathers house before anything concerning the earth was created. Ephesians 1:4 is clearly the first mention of the final Gospel. The heart of this verse is that humanity was chosen by our heavenly father to be in Christ. Before the world was created until the death of Christ, there was that he would need to put Christ in humans in order for him to have his own birthed family, could not have come about until he had tried everything possible to change humans from their erring ways. It took over 4000 years of time, where God dealt with humanity in every conceivable way, through time periods called dispensations. Each dispensation had a different gospel. There was only one overall plan but with many different gospels to achieve that plan. 4/5 of the Scriptures deal with the single fact, God was seeking a people who would love him. Now in this dispensation of Grace, we have come to the final Gospel for humanity. This gospel occupies only one fifth of the Bible, but it deals exclusively with what God is doing today. This gospel, the final gospel, clearly presents a people who love God and fulfills everything he has ever wanted in humans. It is strange that the religious world of today, that speaks and writes on every subject that has to do with God's history of dealing with people on earth, hardly ever speaks of the humans, who daily God is birthing to live in his house eternally.