Anyone Can Trust Christ

Romans 10:12-15
Sermon Series
Study of Romans
Sunday Evening Service
Speaker or Group
Pastor James Zaebst

Romans 10:12 and 13:
It does not matter who someone is or where they are from. Anyone can be saved.
Anyone who puts their personal faith in Christ’s death, burial, and resurrection can
and will be saved. The notion that God has elected anyone to be lost is completely
contrary to Scripture.
I Timothy 2:3 and 4: It is God’s will that all are saved.
Ezekiel 33:11: God takes no pleasure in the death of the wicked.
John 3:16: “Whosoever believeth in Him should not perish, but have everlasting
John 3:17: Christ came not to condemn the world, but to save it.
Anyone, whosoever can believe (Romans 9:33 and 10:11 and I John 4:15).
The Holy Spirit convicts all (John 16:7-9).
Christ draws all through the Holy Spirit (John 12:32).
Christ knocks on the door of any man (Revelation 3:20).

Romans 10:14 and 15:
The lost have no hope to hear the Saving Gospel unless we willingly share it with
them. We are their only hope. Christ has saved us and put us here to speak in His
stead. Begging a lost and dying world to be reconciled to God through Christ (II
Corinthians 5:16-21).
We are to be always ready (I Peter 3:15), like Philip (Acts 8:26-39).
The consequences of our failure are horrific (Luke 16:19-26).
The lost have no second chance (Revelation 20:11-15).
The lost will be tormented day and night forever throughout all eternity future
(Revelation 14:9-11).
We must have the compassion to make a difference by pulling some from the fire
(Jude 1:22 and 23).