Oh Yeah or Oh Me by Ken Trivette

Oh Yeah or Oh Me
Ken Trivette
1 John 2:28

Outline
1. A RELATIONSHIP THAT CALLS FOR CONSECRATION
a) A Close Relationship With The Lord
b) A Consistent Relationship With The Lord
2. A RETURN THAT CALLS FOR EXPECTATION
a) The Personal Presence of Christ
b) The Perpetual Presence of Christ
3. A REVIEW THAT CALLS FOR PREPARATION
a) A Delightful Meeting
b) A Disgraceful Meeting

Have you ever been embarrassed? If you are a parent, I know that you have been embarrassed. Our children have the special gift of embarrassing us. You may be like one couple that was leaving the lobby of a hotel where they had stayed. Their little boy noticed the logo on the doormat and shouted, "Hey! That’s on our towels at home."

I want to speak to you on what could be your most embarrassing moment. In 1 John 2:28 we have described for us an event that could be the most embarrassing moment for a Christian. Let’s look at the verse and build around thoughts around three words that are found in the verse. They are the words "abide," "appear" and "ashamed."

Let’s begin by noticing the word "abide." In this word we have the truth of:

1. A RELATIONSHIP THAT CALLS FOR CONSECRATION

When John speaks of abiding in the Lord Jesus he is speaking of the kind of relationship every Christian should have with the Lord. The word abide is a very popular word with John. The word mean "to stay" and has the idea of staying in a given place, state or relation. John is talking about:

a) A Close Relationship With The Lord

To "abide in Him" is to live close to the Lord. It is to live a Christian life in which one is close to the Lord. When I think about living close to the Lord I think of Exodus 33:11 where the Bible says, "And the Lord spake unto Moses face to face, as a man speaketh unto his friend." As friends would sit down and discuss things, God and Moses discussed things. As friend sometime just sit and talk, fellowship with one another, so did Moses and the Lord. That is a cl ...


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