Looking At Salvation Through The Window Of Rahab The Harlot (2 of 6) by Ken Trivette

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LOOKING AT SALVATION THROUGH THE WINDOW OF RAHAB THE
HARLOT (2 of 6)
Looking Through Bible Windows
Ken Trivette
Joshua 2:17-21

Outline
I. THE LORD THAT IS TRUSTED FOR SALVATION!
a. The Word She Received
b. The Lord She Received
II. THE LIFE THAT IS TRANSFORMED BY SALVATION!
a. What She Had Been
b. What She Would Become
III. THE LINE THAT IS A TOKEN OF SALVATION!
a. The Price of Salvation
b. The Proclamation of Salvation


1. I love the song Saved, Saved written by J. P.
Schofield:

I've found a Friend who is all to me,
His love is ever true;
I love to tell how He lifted me,
And what His grace can do for you.

Saved by His power divine,
Saved to a new life sublime!
Life now is sweet and my joy is complete,
For I'm saved, saved, saved!

2. Schofield wrote the song after one of Mordecai
Ham's meetings in Gonzales, Texas. Ham was preaching
on the subject, "Christ Our Refuge." In the audience
was a man that had killed four men. He listened to Ham
explain that Christ is a refuge for sinners of any and
every stripe and that the "Cities of Refuge" described
in the Old Testament, are a type of Christ, who is a
haven of hope and eternal forgiveness for all who will
flee to Him. Midway through the sermon this man jumped
up from his seat and shouted: "Saved! Saved! Saved!"
Sitting there in his seat, he found Christ as his
refuge. Schofield was so inspired that the next
afternoon he composed both the words and music for the
song.

3. I like the word "saved." Unfortunately, it is not a
word that is popular among many religious groups; yet,
it is a word that I love. I just like the thought of
saying I'm saved. It is a good Bible word. We read in
Ephesians 2:8:

For by grace are ye saved through faith; and that not
of yourselves: it is the gift of God:

4. We also read in Titus 3:5:

Not by works of righteousness which we have done, but
according to his mercy he saved us, by the washing of
regene ...


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