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Stephen Nutter | Minneapolis, Minnesota
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Some Reasons Children Should Come Immediately to Christ
9/20/2015 (SUN)
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Ian Migala (9/20/2015)
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“ Summary, Part 3 (final) ”
III. ALL THE PROMISES AND ALL THE WARNINGS OF THE BIBLE APPLY ALSO TO THE YOUNG (30:44). Our sin problem is a human problem: the newborn has it as much as the elderly. No one is born a Christian or inherits it from family or anyone but God. We must each come to Christ alone. No matter how much one gains before he comes to faith, it doesn’t amount to a penny of spiritual wealth. Moses gave up the life of Egyptian royalty for a life with God and His people (Heb 11:24-26). All in earth, no matter how enchanting, passes away. If we never leave a name here, but the only place to have one is in the Book of Life in heaven. IV. NOT KNOWING HOW LONG YOU WILL LIVE URGES YOU TO COME TO CHRIST WHEN YOU ARE YOUNG (38:11). Children are practically unaware of their mortality, but adults tend to lose sight of it, too. We must live every day as though it were the last. A small casket is a most sobering reminder. Do we have the hope of going to be with Christ in glory at our death? We cannot do anything to save ourselves; only Christ can save. The Bible makes it clear that He will not turn away anyone who seeks Him with a whole heart.

Ian Migala (9/20/2015)
from Minneapolis, Minnesota
“ Summary, Part 2 ”
II. THERE IS NO BETTER TIME TO COME TO CHRIST THAN WHEN YOU ARE YOUNG (16:49). A. YOU ARE NOT SO HARDENED IN THE WAYS OF SIN WHEN YOU ARE YOUNG. With age, the heart becomes more set in its evil ways. B. YOU HAVE FEWER EVIL COMPANIONS TO INFLUENCE YOU WHILE YOU ARE YOUNG (19:12). As we get older, we meet more people who love sin and hate Christ. “Bad company corrupts good morals.” We need salvation to also not be another bad influence. Without it, we go deeper and deeper into sin. C. YOU DON’T HAVE AS MANY RESPONSIBILITIES TO DISTRACT YOU WHEN YOU ARE YOUNG (24:00). Careers, marriage, and children can be tremendous spiritual distractions when we enter into them unsaved. The unregenerate heart does not become more tender towards God with age. As one who gathered the stats on the matter said, “Every day, less likely”. Is 55:6 – note the word “while”. Cf. 2 Cor 6:2.

Ian Migala (9/20/2015)
from Minneapolis, Minnesota
“ Summary, Part 1 ”
Youth are often told that they need to wait: for driving, college, work, marriage, etc. But the Bible says that they are always ripe for salvation. They are called to come to Christ immediately. We examine four ideas behind this command. I. CHRIST URGES ALL YOUNG PEOPLE TO COME TO HIM TO BE SAVED (starting at 3:07 of the audio). Ecc 12:1 – with age comes more worries and stubbornness. We become more aware of our mortality and less about our eternity. And this is only those of us who get to live full lives. Christ deserves the best of your time. It is a great blessing when one can talk about the Christ of one’s youth. God delights to save children. Timothy was saved as a young child (2 Tim 3:15) as were Daniel, David, Samuel, and Isaiah (2 Chr 34:3). You don’t have to be an adult to come to Christ. Nor do you need to be a “good person”; such people don’t see a need for salvation (cf. Mt 9:12-13, Jer 29:13). Mk 10:14-15- Christ is not saying that children will be in Heaven because they’re children, but because they seek Him wholeheartedly.

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