I have heard the true story of a young broken hearted man who wrote a letter to his fiancée in blood. It is said that he died after writing the letter. The story of this lover and his message written in his own blood is a moving one, especially at this time in which we celebrate human love, Valentine’s Day. There is another moving love story written in blood, one I want you to consider now. That love is the love of Jesus Christ for a lost world.
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How many of you here have been a participant in a divorce or you are the child of divorced parents? The sheer number of raised hands is all the justification that is needed for this sermon today. There is a grieving process that is, in many ways, worse than the death of a spouse because it goes on and on. Lest you think I am going to beat you over the head, rest easy. Before this sermon is ended, I plan to offer you a ray of hope out of your pit of despair.
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‘The thief cometh not, but for to steal, and to kill, and to destroy: I am come that they (you) might have life, and that they (you) might have [it] more abundantly.’ John 10:10 (KJV)
The thief mentioned here refers to all the forces of darkness. They have only one purpose. To harm the human kind, the bearers of God’s image. How do they accomplish this goal?
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“Man can be destroyed – But not defeated” These were the words of Ernest Hemingway, an American author, a journalist and most of all a man who lost hope, when his fiancée Agnes changed her mind at the last moment and married another man. He resorted to Alcohol in order to deal with this greatest disappointment of his life.
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The persecutors of Jesus were determined to heap discredit and infamy upon his memory. Therefore they crucified two robbers with him. One of the robbers was crucified at his right and other at his left. A conversation broke out between Jesus and these robbers.
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