John 3:16 – If I should wake before I die (Sermon)

John 3:16 - If I should wake before I die (Sermon)
The Word at Westminster
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John 3:16 - If I should wake before I die (Sermon)
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It’s the most famous verse — ever. It’s held up at football games and engraved under names on tombstones. Matthew Henry says it is a one-verse summary of the Gospel message. Max Lucado says, “If you know nothing about the Bible, start here. If you know everything in the Bible, return here.”

This sermon dives into John 3:16-21. It discusses what it means that the world is “condemned already,” God’s divine rescue mission of love, the horror of what it means to perish, what it means to truly believe, what eternal life will be like, and how John 3:16 compels us forward as a people of love.

The sermon also offers six practical suggestions for going deeper with this ever-important verse.

Some people are alive but spiritually asleep. Imagine dying before getting the chance to respond to the greatest promise and invitation the world has ever known. And imagine dying before getting the chance to live a renovated and abundant life because of it? If you are watching or listening to this, there is still time.

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