Will The Heathen Be Lost? (1 of 20) by Stan Coffey
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Series: The Riches of Romans
Dr. Stan Coffey
…………… salvation and also the message of the walk of the spirit for the Christian and I tell you we are rich as Christians when we look into the book of Romans and find the truth that God has for us.
This morning my subject is this - Will the heathen be lost? What about those who have never heard the name of Jesus Christ? What will God do with the person who has never heard the gospel story?
You know that is a perplexing question. That is a question that people have considered down through the centuries and that is a question that the philosophers have tried to deal with and young people go off to college and they study comparative religions.
And in college the professor says the Christian religion is fine for Christians but you know there are other great world religions and people are sincere about what they believe and they are just as sincere as Christians are.
Will the heathen be lost? It is a tremendous question and is there an answer to that question? I believe that there is and I believe it is only in one place and that is in the word of God here in the first chapter and in the second chapter of the book of Romans.
Now let me say at the very outset of my message that Jesus Christ is the only way to heaven. Jesus Christ is the only way to heaven. Jesus is not a good way to heaven nor is He even the best way to heaven. He is the only way to heaven.
Jesus is either the only way to heaven or He is not a way to heaven at all because Jesus said in John 14:6, "I AM THE WAY, THE TRUTH, AND THE LIFE; AND NO MAN COMES TO THE FATHER, BUT BY ME."
And the apostle Peter said in the fourth chapter of the book of Acts, "NEITHER IS THERE SALVATION IN ANY OTHER; FOR THERE IS NONE OTHER NAME UNDER HEAVEN GIVEN AMONG MEN, WHEREBY WE MUST BE SAVED."
There Is none other name that men can call upon except the name of Jesus in order to find salvation. Jesus ...
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