How to be Rescued from Despair

What Jesus did on the cross was enough to get us all the way to heaven. ================================================== The slightest smidgeon of sin will banish you from the presence of God forever. Martin Luther understood this and spent hours each day confessing his sins. But he ran into a quandary: Sins, in order to be forgiven, had to be remembered. If sins aren’t remembered, they can’t be confessed. If sins aren’t confessed, they can’t be forgiven. And what if there are things that God considers sinful but you aren’t aware that they are sins? Luther eventually connected the dots, and in this message, Pastor Lutzer takes us through the passages in the book of Romans that led Martin Luther to saving faith in Jesus Christ—and the start of the Reformation. Romans 1:17-18, Romans 3:22-24, Romans 4:3, Romans 6:23, Hebrews 10:10-14

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An ordained Baptist minister. Worked for 10 years with a Christian publishing ministry where I was the circulation manager for a growing publication, The Sword of the Lord. I also did most of direct mail fundraising and promotion. I have pastored churches in Tennessee, Georgia, Alabama & Arkansas. I served for some four years as Vice President of The Spoken Word of God ministry, Orlando, FL. This ministry was active in church planting in India and broadcasting the Scriptures via Trans World Radio and other radio outlets. My associate in this ministry later invited me to join him and his dad in starting a business working with churches providing multimedia equipment. I have done this work for the last 16 years. This blog, hopefully, will scratch an itch I have for communicating the Word of God to a broader audience via the Internet. I would be honored to hear from you via email.

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