The Parable of the Lost Sheep

The following link points to the sermon that I preached this past Sunday on the Parable of the Lost Sheep in Matthew 18:10-14.  I was trying to bring to the front of the text the nature of our entrance to and perseverance in the kingdom of God, using the following outline:

I. Eternal Security based on our Position
a. A position absent of ability
b. A position absent of rights

II. Eternal Security based on our Protection
a. Protection that is heavenly
b. Protection that is steadfast
c. Protection that is joyful
d. Protection that is certain

How do these things impact/influence how we view the good shepherd in our lives?

I am a pastor, a husband, a father, and a lover of Jesus. I am also an unpredictable blogger, who can go for several years without blogging a thing, and then inexplicably write a book. Perhaps this is one of those times.

Posted in Sermons, Theology

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