Scores On a Wednesday evening, Joseph Gilmore was preaching at a mid-week prayer service on the topic of Psalm
The next words from His precious lips will be to one who is also on a cross. I remind us that we die as we live. Remember that Jesus was accused, and He was guilty, of eating with sinners. He said He came to seek and save the lost.
The Two Thieves … Luke All of us are under the sentence of death. We have death in our flesh. These two thieves, both at one time according to Matthew This pictures for us the unregenerate man.
All of us before we are saved, my friend, fight against God and godly things. What did these criminals deserve?
They, according to their own words deserved, what they were receiving. What does God owe to man? Death is all that God owes us. Death is what we deserve. We see three men here on the cross. One dying for sin, one dying in sin and one dying to sin.
We see one cry out to Christ and another reject Him. What a picture of the world on this rugged hillside. What about the one who cries out? This thief was not a good man, he did not work any works for salvation, he was not baptized nor joined any church.
This also shows us the need for personal acceptance of Christ. Both thieves were not saved. Only the one who asked Christ. It has been said that at Calvary the angels cried and Satan jumped for joy.
How could victory come from such an act of cruelty? How could there be any hope when the one who was to give salvation was dying? Pilate, when he sent Jesus to the cross, was only setting in motion the eternal plan of God.
One of the most important verses for us to consider constantly in both our relationship with Christ and as we attempt to lead others to Him is Ephesians 2: He could have said, "shut up you deserve what you get.
But He did not say anything of the kind. Jesus was dying for this very purpose.He leadeth me, O blessed thought! O words with heav’nly comfort fraught! Whate’er I do, where’er I be Still ’tis God’s hand that leadeth me.
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He Calls Me By Name. Isaiah But now, thus says the LORD, who created you, O Jacob, And he who formed you, O Israel: "Fear not, for I have redeemed you; I have called you by .
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