Our Invitation to God (1 of 2) by Ernest Easley
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Series: Our Invitation to God
Dr. Ernest L. Easley
Now with our Bibles opened to the first chapter of the book of Nehemiah .. I want to speak to you about Our Invitation to God. Now we know about God’s invitation to us.
God has a standing invitation to strugglers. Matthew 11.28, “Come to Me, all you who labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest.”
God also has a standing invitation to sinners. Romans 10.13, “For whoever calls on the name of the Lord shall be saved.”
God also has a standing invitation to seekers.” Matthew 7.7, “ .. seek, and you will find ..”
One day He will be inviting us to supper.
Revelation 19.9, “Blessed are those who are called to the marriage supper of the Lamb.”
The God of the Bible is always inviting us into a relationship with Him. He is the great inviter! What about our invitation to Him? Did you know that God is waiting to receive an invitation from us? You say, “An invitation from us? What position are we in to be giving an invitation to God?” Well .. a sinners position. That’s our position and because it is, we need to invite God to revive and restore and renew us! We need to invite God to do the amazing, the miraculous, those things only He can do among us and within us.
God wants us experiencing miracles today rather than simply retelling miracles of the past. I want to experience them for myself! I want to taste them for myself! I long to see miracles occurring across our campus and within our lives on a regular basis.
That’s what we find taking place in this first chapter of Nehemiah. While the walls around the city of Jerusalem lay in ruin, Nehemiah invited the God of the Bible to do the miraculous, to do the amazing: to restore what lay in ruin! And we’re going to find that God did exactly that and even allowed His people to be a part of it.
Across this campus today are lives laying in ruin, marriages laying in ruin ...
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