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What Did Jesus Talk About The Most?


Jesus talked with everybody wherever he went! He talked about what they were talking about: the weather and family - LOL

He talked about sin, hell, heaven, kingdom, healing, money, angels, demons, faith, prayer, covenant, end times and the list goes on.


In the last four decades, I have seen how the message of the church has changed. I have seen that specific denominations tend to have a specific message they talk or preach about consistently. Whether that is sin, hell, grace, the blood, Holy Ghost or Prosperity.


In trying to find what Jesus talked about the most, I discovered that no matter what the topic He was talking about He always returned to one important theme: Salvation!!! Why? That is why He came - to Seek and Save the Lost (Luke 19:10)


We learned that when Jesus was talking about a topic it was really about Him saving them from the sin that kept them from receiving the promise of the topic.


QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION:


  1. What does "Saved, Being Saved, and Will be Saved" mean to you now after this message?

  2. What do you need to be "Saved From" today and what is the topic Jesus taught about in order to save you from it?

  3. Does Romans 1:16 have more "power" to it now? Explain!

  4. As you go into your harvest field this week, will you be thinking about a topic to talk to them about or what they need to be saved from? Explain and give an example.

Looking forward to our discussion.

In His Service,

Bishop Bill

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What a great word Bishop! What did Jesus talk about the most and what should we be talking about the most question!


1 yes my whole vision of save, being save and will be saved has definitely changed. . . I see is a definite continual process! There are times in my life where I'm like really can we get past the subject I want to move on. But really why do I feel like I'm perfectly fine the way I am. I'm definitely blessed God wants me to be saved from myself. I am now blessed to see that God wants to be saved from the thing that I can't get past tomorrow with.


2 ooh there was definitely…


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Bishop Bill Anderson
Bishop Bill Anderson
11 de ago. de 2023
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Stephanie, Way too many people "feel like they are perfectly fine the way they are." Great observation

Bishop

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Rev. Connie Anderson
Rev. Connie Anderson
10 de ago. de 2023

I loved this message for sure! Thanks Bishop!

1. What does "Saved, Being Saved, and Will be Saved" mean to you now after this message?

It means no matter how long you have been "saved" life will present something that you didn't realize or know that you weren't saved from until ..... The other thing I must be aware of is that others are on their journey and their "being saved" looks different than mine. I remember a some time ago a person giving me some counsel on working out and nutrition etc and it was simply overwhelming at the thought of how much focus it would require and I simply didn't have it in me. This person said …


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Bishop Bill Anderson
Bishop Bill Anderson
11 de ago. de 2023
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Rev. Connie, I love your statement: "no matter how long you have been "saved" life will present something that you didn't realize or know that you weren't saved from until .....

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Amanda Evans
Amanda Evans
10 de ago. de 2023

What does "Saved, Being Saved, and Will be Saved" mean to you now after this message?

It’s a journey. Salvation is not a one and done thing. Saved, being saved, and will be saved is the process of perfect peace (nothing missing nothing broken). What do you need to be "Saved From" today and what is the topic Jesus taught about in order to save you from it?

Stress/anxiety. I’ve found myself in a situation of having to make a choice that feels huge, and because of it finding that I need saving from stress/anxiety about it. But the fact is that it’s not really making the best choice that is the instigator, it’s lack of faith that He will…

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Bishop Bill Anderson
Bishop Bill Anderson
11 de ago. de 2023
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Yes, stress and anxiety is simply a lack of faith. Tough but true.

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Nathan Evans
Nathan Evans
09 de ago. de 2023

What does "Saved, Being Saved, and Will be Saved" mean to you now after this message?


It's the message that never changes. I absolutely love this quote Bishop: "Jesus came to keep us from missing the mark in whatever area of life we need it." Salvation from sin... Saved, being Saved, will be Saved, sounds like the narrowing process to go through the right gate. I know I've missed the mark before and God's saved me (big one is from anger and hot temper) and though I don't want to, not trying to, I'm likely to miss it again. Seems a tricky thing, don't want to keep doing the same thing over and over and not getting saved from it.…


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Bishop Bill Anderson
Bishop Bill Anderson
11 de ago. de 2023
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Saved, being Saved, and will be saved is exactly a narrowing ongoing experience in the walk of faith. Excellent understanding

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Andrew Riley
Andrew Riley
09 de ago. de 2023

In our house, we have been going through, "What is the root cause/problem for the reason certain people have problems?" Or the root cause.


Tana and I have been talking about this a lot over the last few weeks because of certain individuals in our lives. We have a friend that is confused about his gender. We have a friend that needs a father figure. And we have a couple of friends that need to see what a true, non-religious Christian is.


One of the things we realized over the last few weeks is, when we have less things to tend to in our own lives, we can give more of our lives to helping others see the truth in…


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Andrew Riley
Andrew Riley
12 de ago. de 2023
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Exactly!

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