by Adrian Rogers

Christ the Lord
Adrian Rogers
Luke 2:8-11

The title of my message this morning is simply this, ''Christ the Lord.'' I think if you were to say to me, ''Adrian I'm going to cut out your tongue, and before you have your tongue cut out, is there anything that you'd like to say? Remember you can only say one sentence.'' You know what I think I'd want to say? ''Jesus Christ is Lord.'' That's what I think I'd want to say. If I had only one sentence that I could speak the rest of my life, it would be this that Jesus Christ is L-o-r-d, Lord. Read with me now beginning in verse 8 [read Luke 2:8-11]. And in that verse we see two things. First of all we see the Christmas provision and then we see the Christmas profession. What is the Christmas provision? A Savior, a savior. It has well been said if our greatest need had been information, God would have sent an educator. If our greatest need had been technology, God would have sent a scientist. If our greatest need had been money, God would have sent an economist. But my dear friend, our greatest need was salvation and forgiveness, and God sent a savior.

That's the Christmas provision: ''Unto you is born this day in the city of David a Savior.'' But now listen to the Christmas profession: ''...Which is, Christ the Lord.'' May I ask you some questions this morning, very personal ones? Nod your head, Thank you. All right. Huh, huh. The first question I want to ask you today: Do you believe in His Lordship? Now I dare say that most people would say, ''Yes, yes, yes, I believe in His Lordship,'' and I don't think we'd get much argument here today in this place about that question. So, let me hasten on to the second question. Have you crowned Him Lord? Now don't answer that lightly or carelessly. Have you crowned Him Lord? When I say that I mean is He Lord of all that you are, all that you have, all that you do? Is He? Are you thinking? Don't let this just go over your head. Is he the Lord of your tongue? Is He the Lor ...

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