Gospel means "good news" but sometimes when it is presented, it doesn't sound that way. It usually ranges from some scare tactic extreme like "Repent, God is coming, get your life right or you will go to a burning hell" or some pacified version of the truth like "accept Jesus in your life and you will never have another problem".
The gospel has been portrayed as a judgmental yardstick for exposing other people's flaws. Christians have been known to be the most intolerant, judgmental group of people. Is this what Jesus imagined or intended?
The good news Jesus proclaimed was that justice would be restored, the blind would receive sight, those hungry would be fed, the downtrodden would be lifted up, brokenhearted comforted, oppressed liberated and the gospel preached to the poor.
Have you embraced the gospel as
1. A revoluntionary truth that is truly good news for a broken world? Or...
2. A diminished idea that's been reduced to a personal transaction with God, with little power to change anything outside your own heart?
There is a hole in our gospel that needs to be filled, if you do your part, it can be the whole gospel.