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John Ploog - May 29, 2022

To Save Some

Pastor John

What do you do to display or share your favorite things? What does the expression, “the Lord is my salvation” (Isaiah 12:2) mean to you? What value do you place on your salvation in Christ alone and how do you know it is worth that much to you? Ask yourself, what would I give or give up, to help someone be saved? Ask yourself, what am I doing to exercise self-control so that others might turn to Christ and be saved? Dear friends, I’m putting these questions on the front and back of these notes to get your attention and emphasize the importance of thoughtful dialogue with yourself and others. May we all see the importance of helping people come to Jesus and be saved.

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John Ploog - May 29, 2022

To Save Some

Pastor John

What do you do to display or share your favorite things? What does the expression, “the Lord is my salvation” (Isaiah 12:2) mean to you? What value do you place on your salvation in Christ alone and how do you know it is worth that much to you? Ask yourself, what would I give or give up, to help someone be saved? Ask yourself, what am I doing to exercise self-control so that others might turn to Christ and be saved? Dear friends, I’m putting these questions on the front and back of these notes to get your attention and emphasize the importance of thoughtful dialogue with yourself and others. May we all see the importance of helping people come to Jesus and be saved.

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John Ploog - May 29, 2022

To Save Some

Pastor John

What do you do to display or share your favorite things? What does the expression, “the Lord is my salvation” (Isaiah 12:2) mean to you? What value do you place on your salvation in Christ alone and how do you know it is worth that much to you? Ask yourself, what would I give or give up, to help someone be saved? Ask yourself, what am I doing to exercise self-control so that others might turn to Christ and be saved? Dear friends, I’m putting these questions on the front and back of these notes to get your attention and emphasize the importance of thoughtful dialogue with yourself and others. May we all see the importance of helping people come to Jesus and be saved.

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