by Adrian Rogers

The Five Pillars Of Salvation
Adrian Rogers

I want you to turn to Romans 8:28 and we're going to read Romans verses 8:28, 29, and 30. Now these verses are very familiar, but I pray God that familiarity with them should not have bred contempt, but a greater reverence because of the great truths that we have here in these verses. And if you do not have a Bible with you this morning there is probably one there in the pew rack before you. Get that Bible please and find the book of Romans and find the 8th chapter. You'll get so much more out of any message if you'll listen with an open Bible in your hand. Are you ready for now for the reading of the word of God? Alright, let's read it. 'And we know that all things work together for good for them that love God, to them who are the called according to His purpose. For whom He did foreknow He also did predestinate to be conformed to the image of His Son, that He" That is, God's Son, "might be the firstborn among many brethren. Moreover, whom he did predestinate, them he also called. And whom he called, them he also justified. And whom He justified, them he also glorified." Now look up here, In Romans chapter 8, verse 28 there's a verse that we know so well. "All things work together for good to them that love God." We rejoice in that. But you're never really going to rejoice in it as you ought, or understand it as you ought unless you understand the two verses that follow. And I want to talk to you today on the five pillars of salvation. The five pillars of salvation. There are five impregnable pillars that rest upon the omnipotence of Almighty God upon which the house of salvation stands, upon which the temple of truth rests. Take away any of these uh, five pillars of truth uh, then the entire thing comes tumbling down. But thank God, you cannot take them away because they are all of them and none of them are of man. And I want you to see today these five pillars of salvation because if you do see them and understand ...

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