I Beseech You Pastor Billy Robertson 27 August 2017
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artist: Pastor Billy Robertson
title: I Beseech You
album: Pastor Billy Robertson
year: 2017
genre: Sermon (id None)
Romans 12 gives the believer a full explanation and clear picture of the attitudes, behaviors, and characteristics we should present as our heartfelt and humble response to the sacrifice of the Risen Lamb on the altar of the cross.  His sacrifice broke forever the bondage of sin over man, and no further blood sacrifices need be made for any person, living or dead. We, however, have a responsibility to daily remember this eternal gift which we did not merit, but which Jesus freely gave.       Jesus, our holy sacrifice, gave not because we are worthy, but because the Eternal Triune God loves us, for no other reason that He is love itself.  To reject that love, that eternal sacrifice, is a choice we make to stay in the bondage of sin and to live in the flesh.  However, for those who have come to the realization that we are freed from the control of our flesh and the enemy of our souls, this redemption of our lives from that control merits a humble and continual response of thanks and awareness.     God calls us to a daily giving of our whole beings as we become changed, altered, and fully transformed into His image here on earth.  The promise is that eventually we shall be like Him, but that happens when we immerse ourselves in His Word and rely on Him to change us from the inside out. It takes us being willing to study and apply daily the manual He has designed for us.  Through dedication, separation to the ways and will of the Lord, and transformation by the renewing of our minds, we shall indeed an answer to Hosea’s prayer that all we say and do be wholly acceptable and pleasing to God and that we be a channel of love and light to all with whom we come in contact.    You can access the sermon notes at  https://docs.google.com/document/d/1i0lDQpL9V6zn-36BFtUGwLcK7mM_db1zuQXwDV0pGxA/edit?usp=sharing  and the video at   https://www.facebook.com/CovenantBibleFellowship/videos/1247463265383010/  Copyright 2017  All Rights Reserved


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