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The Gospel of Christ (Romans 1:14-17)

  It is my privilege to have the opportunity and the responsibility to preach the message found in these words this morning.  There is no other message in this world that is more important, or which deserves the kind of serious and close consideration it demands and the engagement of our entire soul in order to understand its meaning and application to our lives.  The mysteries of physics, as interesting and as awe-inspiring and humbling as they are, are but a child’s game to the gospel of Christ which I am to preach to you today.  The discoveries of biology and chemistry, as necessary as they are to human convenience and comfort in this world, cannot change our relationship to God.  But the gospel is the power of God unto salvation.  The enjoyments of human and earthly comfort cannot give you the kind of real peace and comfort and happiness that is afforded us through faith in the Lord Jesus Christ. I know that there are many people who would scoff as these sentiments, or at least den

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