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Introduction:
Let’s take a look at a video about Romans for an Introduction to our lesson and theme...
about 3 minutes in length...
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I. God calls, to belong to Him and serve Him
A. God calls all people everywhere
See also Pr 8:4; Is 45:22; Is 55:1; Mt 9:13; Mt 11:28–30; Mt 22:9; Jn 7:37; Ac 2:39; Ro 10:18; Ps 19:4
B. Few respond positively to God’s call
See also Is 65:12; Is 66:4; Je 7:13; Je 35:17; Mt 22:2–10
C. Responding to God’s call results in salvation
Heb 9:15; Jud 1
See also Jn 5:25; Jn 10:3; Ro 1:6; Ro 8:28–30; Ro 11:29; 1 Co 1:9; 1 Co 1:24–29; 1 Co 7:18–22; Ga 1:6; Eph 4:1; Php 3:14; 2 Th 1:11; 2 Th 2:14; 1 Ti 6:12; Heb 3:1; 1 Pe 5:10; 2 Pe 1:3; 2 Pe 1:10; Re 17:14
Have you heard God’s call to you? Remember He calls all people everywhere, this includes you.
What has been the result of His call?
If God’s call has not resulted in your salvation I would like to suggest that you have not heeded His call.
If God’s salvation has not resulted in your living differently, I would like to suggest that you have not taking heed His call.
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God calls Christians to live differently
2 Ti 1:9; 1 Pe 2:9
A. Living in peace:
1 Co 7:15; Col 3:15
B. Living in service
Ga 5:13 serving one another
C. Living in hope:
Eph 1:18; Eph 4:4; 1 Pe 2:20–21; 1 Pe 3:9
What difference should God make in your life?
You should live Holy.
You should live in Freedom.
You should live Serving One Another.
You should live in Peace which rules in your heart.
III.
God calls to do specific tasks at specific times
A. Abraham: Ge 12:1-3; Is 51:2; Heb 11:8
Moses: Ex 3:4
Samuel: 1 Sa 3:4–10
Isaiah: Is 6:8
B. Cyrus: Is 42:2; Is 45:4
C. The servant of the Lord: Is 42:6; Is 49:1
Jeremiah: Je 1:4–5
Hosea: Ho 1:2
Amos: Am 7:15
D. Jonah: Jon 1:1-2; Jon 3:1-2
E. The disciples: Mt 4:18-22; Lk 5:2-11; Jn 1:35-42
Barnabas and Paul: Ac 13:2
F. Paul: Ro 1:1; 1 Co 1:1; Ga 1:15
What task has God called you to? Think on those we have mentioned in this lesson and consider your own talents and circumstances and that is where God has called you to serve Him.
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The believer’s place in life is our starting point
See also 1 Co 7:20; 1 Co 7:17
God’s Call Heard in His Plan of Salvation
Hear Him Call through His Word
Believe His Call and Heed It
Repent of your past ignoring of His Call
Confess Jesus as God’s Son
Be Baptized as He Calls for you to be
Remain Faithful in His Calling for Life
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