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Series Title: Are You Saved? Are You Sure?

(A Study of First John)

Select Message: 1 2 3
Sunday morning: January 25, 2015

Message Title: You are a great sinner and Jesus is a great Savior

by: Pastor Gary Yochum
Scripture Reference: First John 1.5-2.2
Tags: new testament, epistle, 1 john

Central Thought: Sin is a reality for every person; what matters is what you do about it ...

Central Thought: Sin is a reality for every person; what matters is what you do about it

I. The gospel begins with God (1.5-7)

A. Revelation: God is perfectly holy (5)

     He is all light and no darkness

B. Fellowship with God: a barrier & a gate (6-7)

    1. Barrier:  God cannot coexist with sin

    2. Gate:  Reflect God’s holiness

II. The gospel confronts sin (8-10)

A. All of us are sinners, and we all sin (8, 10)

     To say otherwise is to lie and to say God is a liar

B. Every believer is clean and still needs cleaning (9)

     Only one acceptable response to sin: confession

     Confession offers 2 promises from God: forgiveness and cleansing

Applications:

1. Remember: God is holy; He never violates His nature

2. Never deny the reality of your nature

3. When sin creeps in, confess it – soon & sincerely keep short accounts with God

Sermon Audio
2015_01_25_AM.mp3

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