by Stan Coffey

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What You Believe Does Make A Difference (10 of 16)
Series: The Worth of a Christian
Dr. Stan Coffey
Ephesians 4:1-6

I'd like for you to take your Bible and turn to the fourth Chapter of the book of Ephesians. We've been preaching through the book of Ephesians on Sunday mornings and the Lord has wonderfully blessed in our 8:30 service.
We saw people make decisions for the Lord; God just came down and lifted our hearts. I know this morning in this service He is going to move in the life of every person who is here if you just open your mind and your heart to God and close your mind to everything else except what God would have you to know.
I want to speak today from this subject, What You Believe Does Make a Difference. What you believe does make a difference because one of the blackest lies that was ever hatched out of the pits of hell is that statement that says, "It doesn't make any difference what you believe as long as you are sincere."
Lennon was very sincere about the doctrine of communism. And because of his sincerity he not only condemned his own soul but millions today are under the terrible yoke of atheistic, godless communism.
Saul of Tarsus was very sincere that he was right in persecuting the early believers in the early church, but he was lost and he was on his way to hell on the road to Damascus when he met Jesus Christ and his life was transformed.
If you believe the right things, your life will be changed. If you believe the wrong things, your life will be condemned and doomed to spend eternity separated from God. What you believe can transform your life. It can mean the difference between success or failure, between victory or defeat. What you believe does make a difference.
I want to share with you this morning this message. Notice beginning in verse 1 the reading of God's word, "I THEREFORE, THE PRISONER OF THE LORD, BESEECH YOU THAT YE WALK WORTHY OF THE VOCATION WHEREWITH YE ARE CALLED."
I want to stop right there and say tha ...

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