The contemporary Doctrines of Grace preacher proclaims the Gospel to all who will listen because he is under the compulsion of God Himself. He must preach the Gospel because the Holy Spirit is leading him. As Charles Spurgeon rightly points out, the Gospel is the message of justification by faith, but it also more than that. It is nothing less than the whole counsel of God, revealed in His Word. The preacher proclaims it freely. Bounds cannot be put on the Gospel, "for it is the power of God unto salvation to everyone who believes." In another thread a poster accused those who preach the Doctrines of Grace of telling people they have not been pre-selected. That is pure rubbish. The Doctrines of Grace preacher does no such thing. He preaches as though Arminianism was true. He knows the means of salvation is the preaching of the Word of God (Romans 10:14, 17). He delivers his message under the unction of the Holy Spirit, knowing that it is God alone who will call His sheep. It is a shame that some posters are accurately described by the Apostle Paul: Evil motives should not used to impugn any minister of the Gospel, regardless of which side of the Doctrines of Grace argument he may be on. The fact is those preachers who hold to the Doctrines of Grace preach the Gospel freely and implore those who hear to be reconciled to God - all without asking them whether they are pre-selected.