The Anatomy of Salvation
Take your bibles please and turn to Genesis chapter forty five. Would you do that. Thank you ladies, that was lovely. What a blessing that was. We're going to be thinking today on this subject, The Anatomy of Salvation, The Anatomy of Salvation. Genesis chapter forty five. And let's begin reading in verse one. And actually, we're going to do the entire chapter so we're going to have to move right along as we're preaching through the book of Genesis. And on Sunday night, the book of the Revelation. We're calling the entire series the beginning and the end. Now, let's read together the first three verses. "Then Joseph could not refrain himself before all them that stood by him; and he cried cause every man to go out from me. And there stood no man with him while Joseph made himself known unto his brethren. And he wept aloud and the Egyptians and the house of Pharaoh heard. And Joseph said unto his brethren, I am Joseph; doth my father yet live? And his brethren could not answer him; for they were troubled at his presence." Now, my dear friend, God wants you to be saved. I was thinking as we were singing that song, I'll never shall forget the day, blessed be the name of the Lord when Jesus took my sins away. Blessed be the name of the Lord. And I wondered how many people might be singing that song but they were like iron fountains in the park. You see a lion and perhaps there's water spewing out of his mouth but he never tasted a drop of it. And I'm wondering if some of you did not have that song coming out of your mouth this morning without tasting a drop of it. I never shall forget the day when Jesus washed my sins away. Blessed be the name of the Lord. Was there a time, was there a day, when you said, praise God, bless God, Hallelujah, I know that I know that I know that I've met Jesus Christ as my personal Savior and Lord. I have a day to be remembered. If not, do you know what my prayer is? My prayer is that this day wil ...
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