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Chuck Smith :: Sermon Notes for Acts 10:42-43

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"REMISSION OF SINS"
I. THIS IS MAN'S GREATEST NEED.
A. Sin is the most damning, blighting think in the world.
1. People have sought to make light of it.
a. They jest or joke about it "I'm a sinner, tee hee."
b. They try to paint it pink to look less offensive.
2. All the pain, sorrow, suffering, and misery in the human race can be traced to sin.
a. Without sin, the earth would still be a garden of Eden.
b. Man would live without fear; a perfect life in a perfect environment.
3. Allowed to remain unremitted will bring you eternal destruction from presence of God.
a. This is why my job is so glorious, God has commanded me to preach and to testify that He has provided a way for the remission of sins.
B. God created man for His own pleasure.
1. You may resent that.
a. Many people do.
b. They want to live to please themselves.
1. Interesting how seldom they are really pleased with their lives.
2. They often become selfish, bitter people.
3. I want the world to dance to my fiddle. If not, I will smack the with the bow.
2. You may fight this
a. Only because He has given you the power of choice.
b. "Woe unto him who strives with His maker."
3. You may accept this and live to please God.
a. You'll discover you're finally at peace, filled with joy and contentment.
b. You are now answering to your basic purpose for existing.
4. God is pleased to fellowship with His creation.
a. He loves you, and yearns for your love.
b. He desires a meaningful, loving relationship with you.
1. Sin has prevented that relationship.
2. It brings separation from God.
a. "God's hand is not short..."
b. "Can two walk together unless they be agreed?"
II. THE PURPOSE, THUS, FOR THE REMISSION OF SINS IS TO PROVIDE LOST MAN WITH THE CAPACITY OF RESTORED FELLOWSHIP WITH GOD.
A. If I say that I have fellowship with God and I am walking in darkness or sin, I lie.
1. Sin is discordant with God.
a. You cannot be discordant and in harmony at the same time.
B. Fellowship is not possible until sin is removed.
1. Man's greatest need is the remission of sin.
III. HOW CAN MY SINS BE REMITTED?
A. Not by my best efforts.
1. My sins not against me, thus I cannot forgive myself.
a. "Against Thee and Thee only have I..."
b. They may hurt me or others.
2. No amount of good deeds can undo what has already been done.
B. God pronounced righteous judgment against sin. "The soul that sinneth shall surely die."
1. Law provided a covering by the death of a substitute.
a. I would bring my lamb to the priest.
b. Confess on its head my sins then slay it.
c. "Without the shedding of blood...no remission.."
2. God provided remission by death of substitute.
a. All our sins placed on Jesus, "And the Lord hath laid on Him the iniquities of us all."
b. Believe in God's provision.
Sermon Notes for Acts 10:42 ← Prior Section
Sermon Notes for Acts 10:44 Next Section →
Sermon Notes for John 1:1 ← Prior Book
Sermon Notes for Romans 1:16 Next Book →
CONTENT DISCLAIMER:

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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