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Reaching the Lost At Any Cost (1 of 10)
Series: A Mighty Savior
I want you to take your Bibles as I begin this morning a brand new series of messages entitled "A Mighty Savior". We have a mighty Savior and I tell you it is our great joy to lift Him up, the Lord Jesus Christ. In Mark 2 we want to preach the first message in this series entitled "Reaching the Lost at any Cost." Because that is what this story is all about. We have a mighty Savior who was willing to pay the supreme price to reach the lost. That is, to give His own life because of His love for us. Jesus has a heart for the souls of men. And we are to have the heart of Jesus for the souls of men.
Now I want us to go back and look at verse 1. The Bible says, "And again he entered into Capernaum after some days; and it was noised that he was in the house. And straightway many were gathered together, insomuch that there was no room to receive them..." The way to fill the church, the way to fill a crusade is to noise it that Jesus is in the house. Jesus is to be the central person; Jesus is to be the central figure of everything the body of Christ does. It all centers around Him. You know the reason this place is filled this morning is not because of my preaching, not because of the singing, not because of you or of me, but because people have heard that Jesus is in this place. And I don't have any doubt in my heart that if we will go and share the fact that Jesus is in this place, and then we will have a full church. That is what people are looking for today.
Jesus Christ is to be the central figure of all we do. And when people find out that there is a church where Jesus is, there is a church where there is a mighty Savior, who has the power to forgive, who has the power to heal, who has the power to change lives, who has the power to make a difference, who has the power to move in the hearts and lives of homes and marriages when there is a church like t ...
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