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  1. Rev. Dr. Paul Jinadu

    Sin Not Unto Death

    Managing revival is as important as praying for revival. For if not managed properly revival has been known to turn into a hardening of the heart of future generations. So it is helpful to know how to deal with sin among the brethren, and the difference between men and women in handling love and truth.

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  2. Salvation is of God

    Rev. Dr. Paul Jinadu

    David said, "God is the God of our salvation." The fact of ultimate reality surely is this, that salvation is of God!

    I was asked recently to help a young woman. She was a nurse in Glasgow, now home in the Hebrides, and she was in terrible distress of soul, and the distress continued for a long period. Her father thought that perhaps a word from me might help her, so I called and I found the young woman in a terrible state, fearfully distressed about her soul. The sense of guilt, the sense of unworthiness, and behind it all, the question: "Am I in the covenant...Am I in the covenant?" So I knelt beside her and did my best to help her, and I quoted that great verse of Scripture that I so often quote, John 10:27, "My sheep hear my voice and I know them and they follow me and I give unto them Eternal Life and they shall never perish, neither can any man pluck them out of my Father's hand." And I quoted it again, and I tried to point out the two supreme characteristics of the sheep for whom Christ died. They hear His voice and they follow Him!

  3. Rev. Dr. Paul Jinadu

    Calvin said, "We are saved through faith alone, but the faith that saves is never alone." God is in it! Surely that is what Paul tells us in that great passage. "I am crucified with Christ, nevertheless I live. Yet not I, but Christ, He liveth in me. And the life that I now live in the flesh I live by the"--faith of Paul? Oh, no! That wouldn't get him very far. "I live by the faith of the Son of God!" The faith of God.

    Harvests of Infidels or Believers?

    Now I'm convinced of this, that if this truth was stressed, there would be less appeals. If this truth was stressed, our crusades and campaigns would not be producing harvests of infidels.

    If men and women would but recognize that glorious truth--"They shall seek me and shall find me when they shall search for me with all their heart." That means that they may not find Him tonight. They may not find Him tomorrow night. They may not find Him next week. They may not find Him for a month or for six months, but if they are seeking God with all their hearts, they're going to find Him, or God is not true to His covenant engagement.