I Remember The Day by Ken Trivette

I REMEMBER THE DAY
Ken Trivette
Luke 19:1-10

Outline:
I. IT WAS A DAY OF CONFRONTATION
A) The Lord Came To Us
B) The Lord Called To Us
II. IT WAS A DAY OF INVITATION
A) Personally Extended
B) Graciously Expressed
C) Seriously Explained
D) Joyfully Embraced
III. IT WAS A DAY OF SALVATION
A) The Direction Of Our Life Was Changed
B) The Destiny Of Our Life Was Changed

I recently celebrated my two birthdays. Yes, two
birthdays, for I was born on March 23, 1956 and born-
again on April 2, 1972. On March 23 I celebrate (or
did) my physical birth. But, on April 2, I celebrate
my spiritual birth. On March 23, 1956, I was born into
the Trivette family. On April 2, 1972, I was born into
God's family. I must confess that I don't remember
much about March 23, 1956 (too many years have past)
but I do remember much about April 2, 1972. That is
one day that I remember very well.

Spurgeon, when writing of the day he was saved
said, "Let our lips crowd sonnets within the compass
of a word; let our voice distil hours of melody into a
single syllable; let our tongue utter in one letter
the essence of the harmony of the ages; for we write
of an hour which as far excelleth all other days of
our life as gold exceedeth dross. As the night of
Israel's passover was a night to be remembered, a
theme for bards, and incessant fountain of grateful
song, even so is the time of which we now tell, the
never-to-be-forgotten hour of our emancipation from
guilt, and our justification in Jesus. Other days have
mingled with their fellows till, like coins worn in
circulation, their image and superscription are
entirely obliterated, but this day remaineth new,
fresh, bright, as distinct in all its parts as if it
were but yesterday struck from the mint of time.
Memory shall drop from the palsied hand full many a
memento which now she cherishes, but she shall never,
even when she tottereth to grave, unbind from her
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