by Stan Coffey

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Deliverance from Death (3 of 10)
Series: A Mighty Savior
Stan Coffey
John 11:39-44

I want you to turn this morning to John 11:39 as we continue a series of messages entitled ''A Mighty Savior.'' And today I want to preach on ''Deliverance From Death.'' Last week we talked about deliverance from the devil and about Legion who was possessed by the devil. And how Jesus delivered him. And today we are going to talk about ''Deliverance From Death.'' John 11:39, the story of Jesus raising Lazarus from the dead. Jesus is a mighty Savior and people today need a mighty Savior. They need a church that claims a mighty Savior. And lifts up a mighty Savior because all about us, the devil is showing his hand and showing what he can do and we as the people of God need to be proclaiming what Christ can do and exemplifying what Christ can do, amen? We need to show the world a mighty Savior.

J.D. Phillips translation of verse 40 says this, ''if only you would believe, you would see the wonder of what God can do.'' And this morning if only you will believe, you can see the wonder of what God will do in your life, in your situation.

Now, every miracle that Jesus performed was a parable of instruction. And we know that this particular miracle has great instruction about the power of Jesus Christ not only to deliver from physical death, but also to deliver from spiritual death and give eternal life. Look at John 11:24-26a, ''Martha saith unto him, I know that he shall rise again in the resurrection at the last day. Jesus said unto her, I am the resurrection, and the life: he that believeth in me, though he were dead, yet shall he live: And whosoever liveth and believeth in me shall never die....'' That is the message of this miracle from a mighty Savior that he who lives and believes in Jesus will never, never, never die.


Now, as we look at this man Lazarus, first of all we see him as a man who is dead. John 11:14 says, ''Then said Jesus unto them ...

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