I Won't Come to Christ Because...
Luke 19:12-27 Many don’t become Christians because they are unwilling to submit to God and to obey His commands. They think that there will be no consequences for this from a God Who is infinitely loving. In this message, we see that these people are tragically wron
2 Peter 3:14-18 Do you ignore the teaching of the Bible because you think there are many different interpretations of it? This excuse has been around as long as the Bible has.
Matthew 13:54-58 Do you have a hard time receiving the Gospel because you know the people trying to bring it to you too well? You know they’re not perfect.
Hebrews 12:14-17 Do you believe that you can’t come to Christ because he would never accept and forgive you even if you did? This message is for you.
1 Corinthians 1:18 Why do so many reject the Bible? Usually, it’s because they think they have a better explanation for everything. There are two world views as to the beginning of man – which is reasonable and which is foolish?
Luke 16:19-31 Jesus says you already have enough evidence of God’s existence and of your need for a savior to give you no excuse for unbelief.
1 Timothy 1:15-16 Jesus didn’t come to save the righteous – He came to save sinners. No-one is good enough to be saved on their own account, but He promises He will make you good enough, if you will just come to Him.
John 14:6 Does it really matter which way we take to get to heaven? Isn’t any way good enough? We look at what God says in His Word. Contrary to modern thinking, we find that He has only provided one way to be saved.
Matthew 9:9-13 Most people today believe they will go to heaven when they die, because they are good enough. But God says they aren’t; and we need to understand His assessment, since this is the one that really matters.
Luke 12:13-21 Jesus addresses something we are all prone to be too concerned about – money. He helps to put it in its proper perspective – it is a far better use of our time to be rich towards God than to be rich in this world.
Acts 8:1-24 Simon the Magician heard the Gospel and believed the facts were true. He showed how earnest he was by receiving baptism, and yet he was still lost. We consider his problem, and seek to understand where he fell short.
Luke 14:25-35 Some people will not come to Christ because they believe the cost of discipleship is too high and they are unwilling to pay.