A Burden for Souls (19 of 20) by Stan Coffey
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Series: The Riches of Romans
Tonight I want us to turn to Romans Chapter 10. This is the Sunday morning message on Sunday night and I notice that Sammy moved these speakers for some reason and only those in the eleven o'clock service catch that. Hopefully, it was not on tape for posterity to see next Sunday.
I got a little wild up here in the eleven o'clock service and somehow or other the speaker got in my way. I'm really not that clumsy, really I'm really very coordinated.
Alright, Romans Chapter 10, Verses 1 and 2. You know my favorite way to preach is to do expository sermons and textual sermons and really share the meat of the word and tonight I want to do that and also tonight I pray that I will be able to do what God has used me to do in times past and that is to share a message that would motivate your heart to a greater concern for the lost.
I want to preach tonight on a burden for soul, a burden for souls. Notice the burden of the greatest soul winner that ever lived is the apostle Paul. Notice what captured his imagination, notice what won his allegiance, notice what stirred his heart, notice what impelled him and propelled him.
Notice the driving force of his life. Notice the white hot heat and flame that burned within his breasts day and night. He says in verse 1, ''BRETHREN MY HEART'S DESIRE AND PRAYER TO GOD FOR ISRAEL IS THAT THEY MIGHT BE SAVED.''
When anybody expresses their heart's desire, they are expressing what makes them tick. They are expressing what means more in their life than any other single thing.
Paul said, ''My heart's desire is not to be famous My heart's desire is not to be wealthy. My heart's desire is not to be admired and respected. My heart's desire is not to be successful in the realm of sports. My heart's desire is not to have the accolades of men, but my heart's desire and prayer ...
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