How Can You Know That You're Saved? (27 of 28) by Chuck McAlister
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Series: SUCCESS: WHAT IS IT AND HOW CAN I HAVE IT?
Dr. Chuck McAlister
-- Being 99.9% correct sounds pretty good, doesn't it?
... But what if someone said to you: 99% sure ...
1- 2 million documents would be lost by the IRS!
2- > Clerk ... roll of film! ... 811,000 rolls of faulty film would be loaded into cameras.
3- > How much money in bank account: 22,000 checks would go to the wrong back.
4- > Those tires are not defective ... 268,000 defective tires would be shipped.
5- 103,260 income tax reports would be processed incorrectly.
6- > Gave you the right operation ... 107 incorrect medical procedures would be performed every day.
7- > This is your baby ... 12 babies would be given to the wrong families.
8- It turns out that .01 of the time does make a difference.
Newsbreak Newsletter, May 16-22, 1993
First Evan. Free Church, Fullerton, CA
(A) Have you accepted Jesus Christ as your personal Lord and Savior?
... Are you born again? ... Are you saved? ... Are you sure?
1- Are you 100% sure? ....
2- Are you 99.99% sure? .... or do you wonder whether or not you've been saved at all?
IJohn 5:13 "These things have I written unto you that believe on the name of the Son of God; that ye may know that ye have eternal life, and that ye may believe on the name of the Son of God."
(B) God wants you to know whether or not you are saved -- there is no room for error!
1- If you aren't sure:
* You'll be a poor servant of God!
* You'll live in bondage all your life!
* You'll carry with you through your life the excess baggage of doubt, fear, and anxiety.
* You'll have just enough frustration to cheat you out of the overflow of God's joy for your life.
* Saddest of all ... you may be lost!
(C) Joshua called together the people of God for one last meeting before sending them out to take their place in God's Land of Promise ...
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