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      The Gift Nobody Wants
      (Paul Washer)

      Friday, February 6, 2009


      claude said...

      Listened to this on audio, great message. Thanks for the resources you provide!

      Amy said...

      Most of us are still waiting to hear the full gospel. Our modern version leaves much to be desired. We love to preach on heaven, but hardly say a word about hell. We make long appeals for salvation, but damnation sounds like a dirty word. We talk about the cross and the blood, but Jesus seems to hang there for nothing. Why in the world did he die?
      The cross makes sense only if mankind is hopelessly lost, only if no one can be just in God's eyes, only if all of us have fallen infinately short, only if we
      truly deserve the sentence of death, only if He would be perfectly fair in
      condemning us forever, only if we can do nothing to save ourselves. Only then does the cross make sense. Otherwise it is ultimately devine waste - Jesus suffered and bled for no reason.
      "I do not set aside the grace of God, for if righteousness could be gained through the law, Christ died for nothing" (Gal. 2:21).

      a voice crying out.

      Andre Saharig said...


      Please share it.

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