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THE WHOLE STORY - Why It's Important To Talk About Sin

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    The Call of Jesus
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    Welcome to lesson 19 -
    "The Whole Story".
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    We are going to look at
    the most important thing, in this video.
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    The most important thing is:
    why we are here?
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    What is it that separate us
    from God?
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    How sin has separated us
    from God
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    and what it was
    Jesus did on the cross?
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    This is so, so important.
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    It's important that we understand it.
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    It's important that you understand it.
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    And it's also important that you take the time
    to explain it to other people out there.
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    That you tell them the whole story.
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    Don't be "nice" and compromise.
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    We have too many Christians,
    too many believers who are so nice,
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    they don't want to see people suffer,
    so therefore they tell nothing.
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    They keep quiet.
    They don't want to talk about sin.
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    They don't want to talk about
    the issue.
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    But people need to know sin,
    before they can receive Christ.
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    Try to imagine a doctor who has
    a patient coming in, who has cancer.
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    He's very, very, very sick of that cancer
    and he's going to die.
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    But that doctor has his medicine.
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    This medicine will work if...
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    ...the patient follows the description
    100%.
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    He needs to follow every word and take
    the medicine every day at the same time.
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    Otherwise, the medicine will not work.
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    That doctor, when that patient with
    cancer comes,
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    he will not say: Hey, hey, everything
    is good, everything is fine,
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    but here some medicine,
    if you want it you can take it.
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    I encourage you to follow it, but you are,
    actually, okay, everything is fine.
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    No, he would not be afraid
    to tell the truth.
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    Hey, the truth is:
    You have cancer all over.
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    You have cancer all over your body.
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    And you are going to die.
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    You are going to die if...
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    ...if we don't treat this cancer.
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    And this cancer is already spread
    there, and there, and there.
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    And the doctor takes good time
    to tell about this cancer
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    and how this cancer is killing his body,
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    even the other guy maybe starts to cry
    and feel sad.
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    Why? Because that is the truth.
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    And because,
    if you don't give him the bad news,
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    he will not be able
    to receive the good news.
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    And after he has told the patient
    the bad news,
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    and how he has cancer all over his body,
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    then he can say: But...
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    I have some good news.
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    This treatment can help you,
    but you need to follow it 100%.
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    But in this moment, at this time,
    because of the bad news he heard first,
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    he's ready to take this treatment
    and follow it 100%.
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    The bad news is sin.
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    We have all sinned.
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    And people need to know this.
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    And when I talk with people
    about Jesus,
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    I like to start in the beginning.
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    I encourage you to start
    in the beginning,
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    to show them where
    it all went wrong,
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    and also show them
    how God looked at earth
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    and why we need forgiveness.
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    In the beginning of the Bible
    we read how God created heaven and earth,
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    and how He said that everything He created
    was very, very good.
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    Everything God created in the beginning
    was good. It was perfect.
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    God created a perfect world.
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    And people need to know that.
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    And there I often focus on how people
    walked with God.
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    Because in Genesis 2 we read
    how God, in details, created Adam and Eve
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    and put them with Him in the garden.
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    You can read that in Genesis 2,
    how God created Adam and Eve
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    and put them in the garden,
    to take care of the garden,
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    and how they walked with God.
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    We can also read in Genesis 2
    that in the middle of the garden
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    there was the tree of life,
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    and how they should eat of this
    tree of life and live forever.
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    But there was also another tree -
    the tree of knowledge good and evil
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    and they were not allowed to
    eat of this tree.
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    But we also read how they,
    actually, went against God's command.
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    So they took of the wrong tree.
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    And therefore, they were thrown
    out of the garden,
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    separated from God.
    Why?
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    Because now He didn't want them to eat
    of the tree of life and live forever,
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    because then we will always
    have a problem with sin.
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    So, this is the beginning.
    The beginning is...
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    ...that God created man
    to walk with Him,
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    to have fellowship with Him.
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    They walked together in the garden,
    they had fellowship,
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    and the world God created was perfect.
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    And man was supposed to eat
    of the tree of life and live forever
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    and everything should always be good.
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    But they sinned against God.
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    They took of the wrong tree.
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    Sin came in.
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    And God said: Oh, if they now
    eat of the tree of life,
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    they will live forever.
    We will always have problem with sin.
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    And therefore man was thrown
    out of the garden,
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    away from the tree of life,
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    and therefore, separated from God.
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    And this is so important
    that people know this,
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    that this was the beginning,
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    and that gives a clear picture
    of why the world is as it is today.
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    We are now living in a world
    that is not perfect.
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    We are living in a world
    that is far from perfect.
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    And it's just going the wrong way.
    It's going down.
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    And I've met many people who say:
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    Hey, how can there be God
    when so many bad things are happening?
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    The answer you find in the beginning.
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    This was not how God created
    the world.
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    God created the world perfect,
    where man walked with God.
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    But then man rebelled.
    Man sinned.
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    And he was thrown away
    from the garden.
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    And since that time,
    it has just gone wrong, wrong, wrong.
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    And God doesn't look down on earth
    today and say:
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    Oh, I love everyone!
    It's so beautiful.
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    Look at you. I love every evil thing
    that is happening.
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    No. God doesn't look like that.
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    We can read that in Genesis 6:5-6:
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    "The Lord saw how great the wickedness
    of the human race had become on the earth,
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    and that every inclination of the thoughts
    of the human heart was only evil all the time.
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    The Lord regretted that He had made
    human beings on the earth,
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    and His heart was deeply troubled."
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    Here we read how God looked down
    on earth
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    and regretted He created man.
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    Because of the sins.
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    And His heart was deeply troubled.
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    He did not look down and said:
    "Everything is amazing!" No.
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    God did not like
    what we see here on earth.
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    He doesn't like it.
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    At that time, because of men's sins,
    He actually found Noah, who built the ark,
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    and He judged the world
    because of sin.
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    But there was a problem.
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    Because as soon as Noah
    came out of the arc...
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    ...we saw sin again.
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    Why? Because the sin is not only
    inside the earth.
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    The sin is deep inside of man.
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    The sin is deep inside of man.
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    It's deep inside of you.
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    of me,
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    of all who are away from God,
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    who's not born again,
    who has not got that new heart yet.
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    The problem is our hearts.
    The problem is sin.
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    And we need to start here.
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    We need to start in the beginning.
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    Why should people want a savior
    if they don't see they are lost?
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    Why should people want forgiveness
    if they don't see they have sinned?
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    And we, as the church,
    have done a big, big, big mistake,
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    that we have been serving Jesus
    to self-righteous people,
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    to people who don't see their sins.
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    And that is like throw pearls to pigs.
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    In Matthew 7:6 Jesus is saying that.
    He said:
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    "Do not throw your pearls to pigs.
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    If you do, they may trample them
    under their foot,
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    and turn and tear you to pieces."
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    And this is what we have been doing
    by telling: Jesus, Jesus, Jesus, Jesus,
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    Jesus, Jesus to people,
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    without talking about sin first.
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    People are now mocking us.
    "Er, why do I need Jesus?"
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    And they use that against us.
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    No, we need to take time to talk about sin.
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    We need to help people to understand
    that they have sinned,
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    and they need a savior.
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    Before that,
    before we talk about the sickness,
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    we cannot come with the cure.
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    If we move on and look at Romans 3:23,
    where we read:
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    "For all have sinned and fall short
    of the glory of God."
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    All people have sinned,
    but they don't understand it.
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    They don't understand
    that they have sinned.
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    So, our job as believers,
    is we need to help them
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    to see their sin
    by using the law of God.
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    I often use Matthew 5. In Matthew 5
    Jesus talked about different things.
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    One time He talked about anger
    and He said this in Matthew 5:21-22:
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    "You have heard that it was said
    to the people long ago,
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    'You shall not murder, and anyone
    who murders will be subject to judgment.'
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    But I tell you that everyone who is angry
    with a brother or sister
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    will be subject to judgment.
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    Again, anyone who says to a brother or sister,
    'Raca' (idiot) is answerable to the court.
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    And everyone who says, 'You fool!'
    will be in danger of the fire of hell."
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    These are very, very strong words.
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    We often hear Jesus said:
    "Love your neighbor as yourself",
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    but it's not so often we hear
    these words.
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    But this is the truth.
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    If you murder you are guilty,
    but Jesus goes deeper,
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    because the heart was the issue.
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    So, He said: If you just have
    hate in your heart,
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    you are already guilty.
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    If you said: "idiot" or "raca"
    to somebody,
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    you are guilty to hell.
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    These are Jesus' words.
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    And after these words
    He continued talking about the lost.
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    In Matthew 5:27-30 He says this:
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    "You have heard that it was said,
    'You shall not commit adultery.'
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    But I tell you that everyone
    who looks on a woman lustfully
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    has already committed adultery
    with her in his heart.
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    If your right eye causes you to stumble,
    pluck it out and throw it away.
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    It is better for you to lose one eye
    of your body
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    than your whole body to be thrown
    into hell.
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    And if your right hand causes you to stumble,
    cut it off and throw it away.
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    It is better for you to lose
    one part of your body
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    than your whole body get thrown
    into hell."
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    These are Jesus' words.
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    That is what Jesus is saying.
    Why did He say this?
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    Because we need to see
    the seriousness of sin.
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    We need to see our sin
    before we need a savior.
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    And that was the problem.
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    Many self-righteous Pharisees at that time
    did not understand they needed Jesus.
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    But those who saw their sin
    were those who needed a savior.
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    Let me ask you:
    Have you done this?
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    Have you looked with lust
    on somebody?
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    Have you sat there and
    looked at porn?
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    Are you doing that now?
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    Are you living a life in sin?
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    Then you are lost.
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    You need a new heart.
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    You need to be born again.
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    You need a new heart
    and a new spirit,
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    and you need freedom from your sin.
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    It's not enough to believe that
    there is a God.
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    You need a new heart.
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    You need to wash away your sins,
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    and you need a new spirit
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    in you.
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    A new life.
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    Try to imagine, I have a camera
    which is filming your life.
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    And I often use this example
    when I talk with people about sin.
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    Try to imagine I have a camera
    and I film your life.
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    I have your whole life on my camera.
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    I see everything. Not everything.
    I don't see all the good deeds.
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    Because the good deeds you have done
    are not a plus on your account,
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    and the bad deeds are a minus.
    People sometimes think that.
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    If I just have more plus then minus,
    everything is okay.
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    No. The good deeds are the zero.
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    Because the good deeds are what
    have been expected from you.
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    But sin is sin.
    It's a minus.
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    Let's say I have your life on my camera
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    and I will now show the whole world
    your life.
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    The unclean things you have said
    and done,
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    the evil things you have said and done,
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    the times when you have stolen
    something,
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    the times you have misused
    God's words,
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    the times you looked with lust
    on somebody
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    and had fantasies about them,
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    the times you have been lying
    and the times you broke God's law.
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    And James 2 is saying that
    whoever keeps the whole law
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    and yet stumble in just one point
    is guilty in breaking them all.
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    Try to imagine I put your life
    on a camera
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    and I show you the most evil, selfish,
    unclean things to you and the whole world.
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    You would be so ashamed.
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    You would be so ashamed if people around
    you saw what you have really been looking at,
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    saw what you have been thinking,
    saw what you have been doing.
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    And the truth is: You are
    guilty, guilty, guilty, guilty.
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    And you and everyone else
    deserve hell.
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    Why?
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    Because God is good and you are not.
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    And if you say you have not sinned,
    you make God a liar
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    and the truth is not in you, the Bible says.
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    This is the truth and
    people need to know this.
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    People need to know how much
    they have sinned,
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    and what sin is, before we talk about
    the good news - Christ.
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    Jesus said something in Luke 7.
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    He talked about that there were two persons
    who owed money to a moneylender.
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    And that moneylender forgave
    both of them.
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    One of them he forgave 500 dinars,
    and one he forgave 50.
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    And then Jesus asked people around Him:
    Who loved the most?
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    And they said: The one who have been
    forgiven most.
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    And Jesus continued: Therefore I tell you,
    it was about a woman who was caught in sin,
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    her many sins have been forgiven,
    as her great love has shown,
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    but whoever have been forgiven little,
    loves little.
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    What Jesus is trying to say here
    is that the one who loves the most,
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    or love much, is the one who have been
    forgiven much.
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    Why do people in churches today
    don't love Jesus more than they do?
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    The answer is simple.
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    They don't understand
    how much they have been forgiven.
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    They have never really seen their sins
    and how much they have been forgiven.
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    And if you are a "nice" person,
    being in church your whole life,
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    or you are a drug addict
    out on the street, been in jail,
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    you are guilty the same.
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    And you who have been a "nice" person,
    when you start to see your sin,
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    you will love Jesus as much
    as that homeless drug addict person,
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    who have been in jail.
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    Why? Because you have been
    forgiven as much as them.
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    Because we have all sinned.
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    You don't do people a favor
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    by not talking about their sins.
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    You do the opposite.
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    If you don't talk about sin to people
    and let them see their sins,
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    they will never see their need
    for a savior,
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    they will never really repent
    and they will never really love Jesus.
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    So, if you love people around you,
    you need to start with the beginning
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    and tell the story, and let people
    know why they need a savior.
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    Before you give a person
    a vaccination / Jesus,
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    show them their sickness,
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    show them their sins.
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    And there I want to say,
    I said it also last time,
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    we have resources,
    we have videos,
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    where we show you
    how we share the gospel.
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    And I encourage you to see
    those videos.
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    I'll put them together with
    the description here.
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    And there is a video called
    "The Cups and Cookies".
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    There is also a video where
    we use the gospel cards.
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    And I really, really encourage you,
    until the next time,
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    take the time to go through it.
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    Take the time to learn
    how to share the gospel.
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    When we talk about people sin,
    don't come like this.
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    "You have done that.
    You, you, you, you!"
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    But take the Word of Christ,
    Jesus' words, and say:
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    Jesus is saying: everyone who looks
    with lust on somebody
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    has already committed adultery
    in his heart.
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    Have you done that?
    Have you ever looked with lust on somebody?
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    Okay. What does that mean?
    You have broken His law.
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    Jesus also said: If you broke
    one of the laws, you are guilty in them all.
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    Jesus said: if you have hate in your heart
    you are murderer.
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    Did you ever have hate in your heart,
    towards somebody?
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    They you are a murderer.
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    And then, try to, not in a guilty way,
    in the I'm-better-than-you way,
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    but in an honest, direct way,
    get people to understand their sins.
  • 19:12 - 19:15
    Get people to understand
    their evil heart, their stone heart,
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    and then, when they see that,
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    come with the solution.
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    Sometimes I start sharing the gospel
    with people.
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    I did it just a few weeks ago,
    or a week ago.
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    I sat with a guy. I said: give me ten minutes,
    let me explain the gospel.
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    I sat down with him and I started to share
    the gospel, but when I started...
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    I talked about sin, he was not
    interested at all.
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    What did I do? I stopped there.
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    I did not give him Jesus
    and the solution. Why?
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    Because he was not ready for it.
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    No. Start with sin.
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    And when you then start with sin,
    and then you explain what it is,
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    like the doctor who has the patient
    who has cancer,
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    then say: But there is a good news.
  • 20:01 - 20:04
    And in the next video I'm going to
    tell about those good news.
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    See you next time.
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    Bye-bye!
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    The Call of Jesus
Title:
THE WHOLE STORY - Why It's Important To Talk About Sin
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