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One of the clearest testimonies to the credibility of our faith and the gospel is when Christians persevere in faith through suffering, continuing to trust the Lord and find their joy and hope in him. As we look at the example of the Thessalonians believers, may God encourage us to persevere in suffering like they did.
Nicodemus asks Jesus a simple question: how does one access God? What is revealed is a fundamental misunderstanding in how one accesses the kingdom of God; what is necessary isn't just a minor tweak, it's a total overhaul.
There are many encounters of Jesus with various types of people in the gospels. Each of these offer lessons for us regarding encounters for the gospel. This teaching deals with Jesus' encounter with Nicodemus and the lessons we can draw from it.
Jesus said that in order to enter the Kingdom on God, we must be born from above. Are we willing to put our earthly ambitions to death? God wants us to accept this blessing of New and Eternal Life and to share this blessing with others.
This message explores the biblical truth that freedom and fulfillment come through total transformation in Christ.
Taking a look at Jesus' interaction with Nicodemus and how we might understand what it means to be "born again."
"You must be born again". These are Jesus's words on what it takes to enter God's Kingdom. You can't get to heaven by your effort, good works, or your best intentions. Entering heaven requires a new heart, a new life. Jesus died on the cross that we might look upon Him to save us, giving us new life through the regenerative work of the Holy Spirit.
Sunday Sermon by Glenn Geeting - October 21, 2012 - http://mountainrock.org/the-bad-news-and-good-news-about-hell