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In a real life tale, Jesse details how he was arrested, even though being polite and willing to do as the authorities asked. His story shows how many have a desire to quench the Gospel. Even though the crowd he was preaching to did not want him to stop, the police arrested him anyway.

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PORTLAND, Oregon (November 1, 1998 ) — Christian minorities around the world are being harassed and killed for their beliefs despite international laws protecting religious freedom and American efforts to punish persecutors, THE OREGONIAN reported in a series of stories. In Pakistan, Noor Alam, a Presbyterian pastor who built the first Christian church in his region, was stabbed to death in his home last January. In Egypt, a Muslim...

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Chuck examines the recent death of Martin Burnham in the Philipines, and points out that many, many Christians have died a martyrs death. Surprising to many, most of the deaths occurred in the 20th century.

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Even though asking the police where he could preach, Jesse was arrested for walking on a sidewalk. In the jail he was subjected to danger by being put with dangerous inmates. But the Lord did his own work, using Jesse in the jail to preach.

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In her gifted question and answer teaching method, Rayola discusses the views on the Lordship of Jesus. This is an informative, excellent overview of the subject.

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This sermon is quite long. It required 40 minutes to preach but I had one opportunity to present this information to the audience. It could surely be broken into two or three parts and preached in greater detail. The sermon notes are given but in sufficient detail so anyone using them can easily fill in the detail with his own personality. The sermon covers many facets of the elements necessary to salvation, most importantly that Jesus is the Lord of all true believers. From there is goes to the believer's role as servant, that he must be obedient, that obedience itself is related to salvation, that with commitment to Jesus as Lord to obey him comes the gift of the Holy Spirit and the fruit of the Spirit.

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This article investigates how the early church spoke and wrote about Jesus as Lord. Did the first century church regard receiving Jesus as fundamental to salvation, or did it accept the notion advanced by man in the 20th and 21st century that salvation can be obtained by accepting Jesus as one's Savior? The result of the study is overwhelmingly clear. There is only evidence on one side -- that Jesus must be Lord. There is no evidence to the contrary, none to support accepting Jesus only as Savior and obtaining salvation.

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