It is easier than we’d like to admit to become complacent about the dreadful spiritual predicament of the non-Christians all around us. Sadly, we can gather to celebrate and sing about our own salvation without much concern for the salvation of others. In Luke 15 Jesus reminds us that there is no place for this kind of attitude in the Christian life. Using three parables, Jesus persuasively teaches us that there is no greater joy than seeing lost people repent of their sins and receive the abundant forgiveness provided by our gracious God. This six-part series will readjust your hearts concerning the profound joy of salvation.
|The Joy of Salvation-Part 1||Rediscovering the Joy of Evangelism||Luke 15:1-7|
|The Joy of Salvation-Part 2||Rejoicing in a God Who Saves||Luke 15:8-10|
|The Joy of Salvation-Part 3||Grieving Over the Sinfulness of Sin||Luke 15:11-13|
|The Joy of Salvation-Part 4||Grateful for the Gift of Repentance||Luke 15:14-19|
|The Joy of Salvation-Part 5||Astonished at God’s Amazing Grace||Luke 15:20-24|
|The Joy of Salvation-Part 6||Refusing to Be Complacent About the Lost||Luke 15:25-32|