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Bits & Bytes

Posted by Rick on May 4, 2009

Here are some “sound bites” from yesterday morning’s sermon, “Sound the Alarm” based on Ezekiel 33:1-11:

  • If we share the Gospel and someone doesn’t believe, then their blood is on their hands.
  • If we share the Gospel and they believe, then they are saved.
  • If we fail to share the Gospel, they will die in their sins and their blood will be on our hands.
  • We are commanded to share the Gospel.
  • God has given us the authority to tell people to repent and believe the Gospel.
  • We must be faithful to the task.

You can listen to the sermon on www.sermon.net/rboyne and searching for the sermon title or by clicking on the audio player below:

http://sermon.net/download.php?c=17998-count_audio_download-224882

Due to a technical problem, a recording of Sunday evening’s sermon, “Ministering to Jesus” based on Matthew 25:31-46 is not available.

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