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Bible Note Quote: "Here I am, like Moses, but much less worthy, on the "backside of the dessert" as it were, and while peering across the apparently barren landscape of my life there is a burning bush that captures my attention and my heart. The fire of the bush corresponds with the fire in my heart and I cannot help but follow... The fire still burns!"
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When Jesus Comes to Your Heart

When Jesus Comes to Your Heart


Revelation 3:14-22 (click for entire reference passage) (Text v.20)

"Behold, I stand at the door, and knock: if any man hear my voice, and open the door, I will come in to him, and will sup with him, and he with me."

 (Sermon notes minus illustrations)

Intro.: It must have been twenty or more years ago I heard these words "If Jesus came to your house" -- words of a song/poem -- "I wonder what you’d do". But, oh dear people, the Bible says that Jesus is the “light that lighteth every man that cometh into the world”. Therefore, I say, when Jesus comes to your heart, I wonder what you will do!

I. When the Redeemer Comes to Your Heart

 Among other things He comes as:

  A. The Son of God

  B. Your Sacrifice for Sin

  C. Your Savior -- He stands ready to save you from all your sins, guilt & shame

  D. The Suitor of Your Heart -- He knocks with patient love

  E. The Song of Your Soul -- If only you let Him in, you’ll never be sorry!


II. He Has Requirements for You to Meet

  Conditions you must meet with your heart:

  A. Observe -- give Him your attention

       1. Behold as He stands before your heart’s door

       2. Listen as He Knocks & Speaks

  B. Obey -- “If any man will ...” --

        be obedient to His voice, simply and completely obey

  C. Open -- “... open the door” --

        accept Him in whatever way He chooses to come in -- by faith -- simple -- so simple a child may be saved! Just let Him come into your heart.


III. He Wants a Relationship with You!

        Once you let Him in, you will notice:

    A. His Coming -- “When Jesus comes ...” -- His mighty instantaneous transformation of your heart, darkness turned to light, sin to righteousness, sorrow into joy,

    B. His Company -- “Lo, I am with you alway” -- walking with Him

    C. His Communion -- talking with Him

          prayer, a two-way means of communication -- He talks to your heart as you talk to Him

Conclusion: It is so simple, so right, and so rewarding to open your heart’s door and let the Savior, Jesus Christ, come in to transform and to stay. Why don’t you do it today?

Yours in Christ,

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