By Enjoying your Assurance (2 of 8) by Stan Coffey
This content is part of a series.By Enjoying your Assurance (2 of 8)
Series: Growing Strong
I. REVIEWING THE PROCESS OF SALVATION
a. YOU MUST HEAR THE WORD OF GOD
b. YOU MUST BELIEVE THE WORD OF GOD
II. REMEMBER THE PROMISE
a. THE SEAL OF THE SPIRIT IS THE EVIDENCE OF THE SEAL OF A FINISHED TRANSACTION
1. THE TERMS MUST BE AGREED UPON
2. THE PRICE MUST BE PAID
3. THE PRODUCT MUST BE RECEIVED
b. THE SEAL OF THE SPIRIT IS THE EVIDENCE OF OWNERSHIP
III. THE SEAL OF THE SPIRIT IS THE EVIDENCE OF AUTHORITY
We are studying today about how to grow strong. You know, it is one thing to come to Christ, but then the Bible says that we are to grow in the Christian life. We are so glad to have David Bagwell and the group from First Baptist Church, Liberal with us.
David is one that I have watched grow since he was a little child, not just grow up physically into a man, but I have seen him grow spiritually, and he did a wonderful job here in our church as our interm youth pastor, and now he is just continuing to grow as he reaches out, and is reaching so many youth there in Liberal, KS through the First Baptist Church.
We are very proud of you, David. We thank God for you, and we are proud that you came from our church, and we want as a church, every person to grow and reach their potential in Jesus Christ. We are interested in seeing people come to Christ.
We will never stop doing that, but people need to grow. So, today, I am going to be talking about Growing Strong by Enjoying Your Assurance, becoming that strong, mature, stable believer that you ought to be by enjoying your assurance that you are saved, that you know Christ, that you are on your way to Heaven, and that nothing can ever change that!
If you were going on a cruise ship across the ocean from New York to London, and you got into a storm. Let's just suppose that you had been many times, but there were those who were on the ship for the first time, and you got into a terrib ...
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