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In Need Of Something - Pt 1 (8 of 49)
Series: Romans- God's Glorious Gospel
• We are all in need of something. And the sad thing is, most of the time "we simply cannot seem to put our finger on what it is that we need." These musicians just seen on our screen, all seem to have the idea that "IF" they could get to the top of their field, all would be well. Yet, we have witnessed (and even been) the person who achieved great success and find himself unfulfilled. And the search goes on. What IS this insatiable drive (desire and hope) which we have inside of us?
• It is the need to believe! We need to believe in something bigger than us, to discover something that is larger than we are. And that something is someone, and that someone's name is Jesus. Only when we discover Jesus will we find satisfaction, fulfillment, and contentment in this life. For you see, God designed us for a relationship with HIM. It was in the Garden of Eden where sin broke relationship with Him. Today SIN still stands in the way of a pure relationship with God. In the vernacular, mankind has fallen down and we cannot get up, at least not by ourselves. Now we "THINK" we can get up but...
• We have come to think that we are pretty good. In fact, most people today think that "I am basically a good person." I am reminded of what Chuck Colson, the former hatchet man for President Nixon and now born again minister has said, "The greatest myth of our time is that people are basically good. It is not true. We are bent toward evil."
• One of the fundamental teachings of the Bible is found in Psalm 14:3 (actually this verse appears multiple times in the Bible), "There is no one who does good, not even one." Factoring in the truth that God will not allow sin in His presence gives us reason to be concerned.
• We continue our study in Paul's letter to the church at Rome, which is appropriately named "Romans." Today, we begin our reading in Chapter 3. L ...
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