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The sixth in the seven-week evangelistic series by Steve Johnstone, entitled "Seven People, One Saviour". This message is based on the conversion of Zacchaeus and how God's sovereignty reigns over the salvation of His elect.
We can hear Jesus' words and not be saved. We can pray earnestly and not be saved. The Pharisees did these things and Jesus rebuked them; even call them "a brute of vipers". If God's words do not cause us to change our ways, we have no part of the true church. There is a clear, true and sanctified church in Jesus' name. Members of this true church only follow Jesus Christ as their Lord, Savior and Authority,
Jesus is our Great Shepherd when we are in need.
Week 3 of a 7-week evangelistic series. This message tell the wonderful story of Jesus' healing the man born blind, and the great controversy that ensued.
Have you professed faith in Jesus Christ as your Lord and Savior, but sometimes ask yourself if He is truly the One? Do not be discouraged by this, as even John the Baptist had the same doubt at one point (Luke 7:19). John's (or yours) faith was not failing him; he just needed strengthening and affirmation of his faith. When you doubt, pray for strength and affirmation from our God.
Jesus reigns forever and is making all things new.
Nicodemus encounter Christ that fateful night and his life would never be the same again.
God reigns through the peaks & valleys of our lives.
SALVATION AND FAITH ● God’s Righteousness in Christ: God has done the work of salvation for us, we cannot do it ourselves (vs1-10) ● The Righteousness based on Faith: To be saved, we must confess Jesus as Lord & believe God raised Him from the dead (vs4-10) ● God’s Salvation offered to All: Everyone who believes in Christ and calls on His name will be saved (vs4, 9-13) FAITH AND THE GOSPEL ● Faith comes through hearing the Gospel: which must be preached and obeyed! (vs14-17) ● God’s Gospel is being preached: because of His faithfulness, mercy and grace (vs18-21)