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Chuck Smith :: Sermon Notes for Acts 10:34-43

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"ACCEPTED BY GOD"
I. "GOD IS NO RESPECTER OF PERSONS."
A. Quite an admission for Peter.
1. The Jews had thought the Gentiles unclean, outside the covenants of God.
2. God said to Peter, "What I have cleansed, call not common."
B. This opens the door to all men.
1. God does not grant special favors to the rich or poor.
2. Being a good moral man does not make me special to Him, neither does being a great sinner.
3. God does not recognize my dress whether it be a robe with religious trappings or rags.
a. He is not interested in the clothes, but the man who wears the clothes.
4. God does not care what nationality you are.
5. He cares not for your rank or station.
a. He would just as soon save you as the President, or Governor.
b. We sometimes look at one who possesses special talents as a more desirable candidate for salvation.
C. How encouraging, the door is open to all alike.
II. "IN EVERY NATION, HE WHO FEARS HIM AND WORKS RIGHTEOUSNESS IS ACCEPTED BY HIM."
A. "What does it mean to fear the Lord?"
1. "To fear the Lord is to hate evil."
2. "To fear the Lord is to depart from evil."
a. The fear of the Lord is manifested inwardly by my hating evil which is expressed outwardly by my departing from evil.
3. I must confess to you, I do not always hate evil.
a. I sometimes desire evil.
1. It is evil to desire revenge.
4. There are other evil things I hate that I have not totally parted from.
a. I hate losing my temper.
b. I hate getting angry.
B. He that feareth Him and worketh righteousness.
1. He who hates evil and does the right thing, is accepted by Him.
C. God is no respecter of persons. The gate seems to be open wide.
1. As I start to rush in, I am stopped by the flaming sword of the Cherubim. "He who hates evil and has always done the right thing is accepted by Him."
2. The door is slammed in my face.
III. "THE WORD WHICH GOD SENT TO THE CHILDREN OF ISRAEL."
A. Who is that Word?
1. "In the beginning was the Word..."
2. Verse 38, Jesus of Nazareth.
a. Anointed by Spirit went about doing good.
1. He never did an evil thing, He hated evil.
2. He always did the right thing.
3. He alone qualifies for acceptance.
b. He was slain, hung on a tree.
1. The evil in man could not abide such righteousness.
2. The light was too bright, it exposed their evil, they sought to put it out.
c. But God raised Him the third day.
1. God triumphed over evil.
d. God has ordained Him to be the judge.
e. Through believing in Him, there is remission of sins.
B. "Preaching peace by Jesus Christ."
1. You can have peace with God today.
2. You can have the peace of God today.
3. "Jesus is Lord of all."
a. Submit yourself to His Lordship.
Sermon Notes for Acts 10:34 ← Prior Section
Sermon Notes for Acts 10:34-43 Next Section →
Sermon Notes for John 1:1 ← Prior Book
Sermon Notes for Romans 1:16 Next Book →
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The Blue Letter Bible ministry and the BLB Institute hold to the historical, conservative Christian faith, which includes a firm belief in the inerrancy of Scripture. Since the text and audio content provided by BLB represent a range of evangelical traditions, all of the ideas and principles conveyed in the resource materials are not necessarily affirmed, in total, by this ministry.

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