Four Things that Salvation Is, Part 2


Salvation is so plain that a little child can understand and be saved.

God did not intend for salvation to be a complicated matter. The God that loved this old sin cursed world enough to send his son, Jesus Christ, to …

Four Things That Salvation Is

Scripture: John 3:1-7

Text: “Marvel not that I said unto thee, Ye must be born again.” John 3:7


In verse seven there are four things that salvation is.

Salvation is said to be everything from Sunday School to keeping the Golden Rule.

But salvation is not doing, the work …

The Love of God, Part 6

Conclusion. God’s love is unparalleled and incomprehensible. It is so majestic, so marvelous, so limitless, I scarce can take it in. When I think of Jesus dying for me, it stirs my soul and touches my heart. What is your response to the love of God? You may deny it, …

The Love of God, Part 5

4. Finally, God’s love is a saving love. The story of Adam is the story of every man. When he sinned, we lost something. We lost the approval of God. We lost the fellowship of God. We lost the life of God. But we did not lose the love of …

The Love of God, Part 4

3. Thirdly, God’s love is a giving love. For some reason, it was necessary that God give his Son to suffer and die if you and I were to live eternally. God loved His Son with all the love that a father can have for his son but His love …

The Love of God, Part 3

2. Secondly, God’s love is unmerited and unsolicited. It is unmerited because we do not deserve it. Ephesians 2:8-10. Titus 3:5. It is unsolicited because even though we need it so much, we do not seek it. One of the most beautiful stories in the Bible is the story of …

The Love of God, Part 2

1. In the first place, God’s love is limitless in its scope. Our love is a very limited love. We love but a few people and we do not love them all the same. But God loves every person on the face of the earth who ever lived or …

The Love of God

Text: John 3:16

Introduction. A few years before his death, the great Swiss theologian, Dr. Karl Barth, addressed students at the University of Chicago. Afterwards, he was asked to name the greatest thought that had ever passed through his mind. The aging professor paused for a long time in …

Luke 22:48

“But Jesus said unto him, Judas, betrayest thou the Son of man with a kiss?”

You can’t always tell what’s inside by what one sees on the outside. The saying “You can’t judge a book by its cover” is applicable to this situation.

Judas, one of the twelve, traveled with …

Luke 7:24-30

Three times in this portion of scripture Jesus asks the question:

“… what went ye out for to see?”

After each time Jesus asked this question He added another to it.

1. (v.24) “… What went ye out into the wilderness for to see? A reed shaken with the wind?”