What Must I Do To Be Saved? (1 of 16) by Ken Trivette
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Series: Great Questions from the Bible
I. THE MIRACLE THAT WAS SEEN!
A. The Difference He Saw In The People Of God.
B. The Demonstration He Saw Of The Power Of God.
II. THE MESSAGE THAT WAS SHARED!
A. The Person Of Salvation.
B. The Promise Of Salvation.
III. THE MAN THAT WAS SAVED!
A. The Experience Of Salvation.
B. The Evidence Of Salvation.
1. When it comes to asking questions, kids are in a
class to themselves. I read about a seven-year-old
girl that came to her father one day and asked, "Dad,
where did I come from?" The dad knew that the hour had
come that he needed to explain some things to his
daughter, an hour for which he had carefully prepared.
He took his daughter into the living room, got out the
encyclopedia and several other books and then
proceeded into a lengthy explanation of the facts of
life. Finally, he looked at his daughter and asked,
"Does that answer your question?" "Not really," said
the little girl. "Marcia said she came from Detroit. I
want to know where I came from."
2. For a few weeks I want us to think about some
questions. I want us to think about certain questions
that are found in the Bible. I want to call these
questions, "Great Questions of the Bible." As you read
the Bible you find several great questions being asked
by various people and even the Lord Jesus Himself.
3. The first that I want us to look at is found in
Acts 16:31 and the question that was asked by the
Philippian Jailer: "Sirs, what must I do to be saved?"
In my opinion that is a great question. Clovis
Chappell says of this Philippian Jailer and his
question: "He asked the biggest question that ever
fell from human lips. There can be no greater. It was
the greatest for him. It is the greatest for you. It
is the greatest for me. 'What must I do to be saved?'
There is no question quite so big as that."
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