ANDREW WOMMACK 21 AUGUST 2020 DEVOTIONAL — Trust In Jesus As Your Savior

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ANDREW WOMMACK MINISTRIES 21 AUGUST 2020 DEVOTIONAL- Trust In Jesus As Your Savior

Andrew Wommack AWMI 21 August 2020 ministries daily devotional

ANDREW WOMMACK MINISTRIES 21 AUGUST 2020 DAILY DEVOTIONAL

( Friday 21 AUGUST 2020)

MESSAGE: Trust In Jesus As Your Savior

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Matthew 19:16 ‘And, behold, one came and said unto him, Good Master, what good thing shall I do, that I may have eternal life?’

MATTHEW 19:12-20

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ANDREW WOMMACK 21 AUGUST 2020 DAILY DEVOTIONAL

MESSAGE:

On the surface, it appears that this rich young ruler was ‘right on’ in the way he approached Jesus and sought salvation. He ran, kneeled down to Jesus, and openly professed Him as a Good Master. What could be wrong with that?

ANDREW WOMMACK 21 AUGUST 2020 DAILY DEVOTIONAL

First, he acknowledged Jesus as good but not as God. This is a pivotal point.

Every major religion of the world acknowledges that Jesus lived and will even admit that He definitely was a good man, but they won’t recognize Him as God. If Jesus was only a good man, He couldn’t save anybody. Jesus didn’t just come to show us the way to God. He was the way, the only way unto the Father.

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No man could come unto the Father, but by Him (Jn. 14:6). Jesus had made this point publicly many times before. This is the reason that Jesus responded to this young man’s question the way He did. Jesus was saying, ‘God is the only one who is good. You must accept me as God or not at all.’ Jesus was either who He claimed to be or He was the biggest fraud that ever lived. He has to be one or the other. He cannot be both.

ANDREW WOMMACK 21 AUGUST 2020 DAILY DEVOTIONAL

Second, he asked what he could do to produce salvation. He trusted in himself and believed he could accomplish whatever good work Jesus might request. This is completely opposed to the plan of salvation that Jesus came to bring.

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Jesus obtained salvation for us through His substitution and He offers it to us as a free gift. All we must do is believe and receive. This rich young ruler wasn’t looking for a Savior. He was trying to be his own savior. This is the reason Jesus referred him back to the commandments. He either needed to keep all of the law perfectly or he needed a Savior. Jesus desired to turn this man from trusting in himself by showing him God’s perfect standard, which no one could keep, so that then he would trust in a Savior.

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The sweetest and biggest thing to ever happen to you is to make a decision to be saved through JESUS CHRIST. If you have not made that decision. Please make that decision now and say ” Lord Jesus forgive me for my sins and have mercy on me, thank you for dying for me on the cross, take me as your son / daughter and be my father. THANK YOU FOR SAVING ME, in JESUS CHRIST NAME AMEN.
If you just prayed this prayer of salvation now, please call the following numbers for counselling and prayer request on:
719-635-1111
Or mail: [email protected], God bless you.

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