JESUS AS LORD

Romans 10:1-13

October 11th, 2020

Intro – Paul’s desire, like Christ’s is that people would get saved and that Jesus would be Lord of your life.

I. Lordship means subjection. (3)

A. People may be religious but not followers of Christ. Jn.16:2

1. Zeal but no knowledge. 1Jn.4:1

2. True love speaks truth. Eph.4:15

B. You will agree with God’s plan.

1. It will mean an “end” to salvation by good works. Eph.2:8-9

2. You will give in to His authority. Ph.3:9

3. Seek His will found in His word. (6-8)

II. Lordship means confessing Christ (9-10)

A. Personal faith in the resurrected Savior.  1Cor.15:14, 2Tim.2:8, Phil.3:10

B. Personal testimony that Jesus is your Lord. Mk.8:38, Rom.1:16, 2Tim.1:8

C. Recognizing Jesus as God.  Gk-Kurios, Heb-Yahweh.  Phil.2:10-11

III. Lordship means responding (11-13)

A. To His call for repentance and confession. 1Jn.1:9

B. If you believe you are saved.  Acts 16:31, Jn.3:15, Acts 2:21

C. Recognize your new relationship.  Mt.10:32

1. Sins are forgiven, no need to fear.  1Jn.4:18

2. Indwelling Holy Spirit empowers you. Acts 1:8

Con. – Is Jesus Lord of your life?

How to be Saved

What about Baptism?

Upcoming Events

Who's Online

We have 18 guests and no members online

Statistics

Articles View Hits
433220