Tag Archives: Luke 15:11-32

A Prepared Salvation

Focusing on the parable of the prodigal son, this continuation in the study of Charles Finney’s book God’s Call sets in terrifying relief the true condition of sinners as thieves and liars towards God. Like the prodigal, we must come to our senses and see that we’ve lived in a pretend world that says, “I own my life. I can choose what I do. I decide whether, and how much, I will give to God and obey him.” In reality, everything belongs to Jesus, and anyone who walks otherwise is a thief and a liar. The gospel allows no compromise on this point–we will not enter heaven unless we are saved from all sin now!

Hungry for Jesus??? (December 22, 2006)

Pastor Ray talks about the prodigal son and asks the critical question are we hungry for Jesus or do find our sustenance elsewhere? We must carefully examine our lives to determine if all of our hunger is satisfied by Jesus or do we satiate our appetite for Jesus with something else?