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Run, Don’t Walk, He is Risen

Text: Matthew 28:1- 9

Introduction: We serve a risen Savior this morning. His name Jesus! He is alive forever more! He conquered the grave! He conquered deaths grip! He holds the keys to death and the grave. He’s coming back for his bride, the church.

I. The Sense of Urgency – Verse 8 - Run
A. People are dying every second of the day.
B. People of all ages are dying
C. People need the Lord – Divorce, crime, drugs, alchohol

II. The Sense of Necessity – Verse 7 - Go
A. Command – Verse 19
B. Commissioned
C. Committed

III. The Sense of Assistance – Verse 7 – the Lord go before thee
A. Before Us – Holy Spirit
B. 2 Cor. 4:3,4 “But if our gospel be hid, it is hid to them that are lost: 4In whom the god of this world hath blinded the minds of them which believe not, lest the light of the glorious gospel of Christ, who is the image of God, should shine unto them.
C. During
Acts 2:37,38 “Now when they heard this, they were pricked in their heart, and said unto Peter and to the rest of the apostles, Men and brethren, what shall we do? 38Then Peter said unto them, Repent, and be baptized every one of you in the name of Jesus Christ for the remission of sins, and ye shall receive the gift of the Holy Ghost.
D. After

IV. The Sense of Accomplishment – Verse 8
A. Worshipped
B. Joy
C. Peace

Conclusion: We should run with the urgency, fear and joy Mary had.

Illustration: Excitement of your first child.

Do We Have Such Concern for the Lost?

The nation prayed for success in the rescue efforts of a group of men in Manorville, New York, who were trying to save the life of a seven year-old boy who had fallen into a well shaft. With every passing minute his chances of survival grew less.

After many hours of frantic digging, hope was almost gone. They said he had one chance in a million of surviving. Several hundred people were on the scene, watching and praying.

Fina1ly, after almost twenty-four hours of digging, the boy was reached. A hush fell over the crowd as word reached the surface. Several women dropped to their knees in prayer Then from the pit came the cry of their family physician, "The boy's alive! He's alive!"

As he heard the joyous words, the father's face broke into a faint smile, then he whirled around and turned to the crowd of spectators and shouted, "He's alive! Do you hear? He opened his eyes! He's alive! He's alive!"

Spectators fell on their knees; many lifted their faces skyward; lips moved in prayer. Some persons screamed deliriously; others fought it. A chorus of spectators chanted, "He's alive! He's alive!"

"It's been a miracle! It's been a miracle!" a bent, gray-haired lady cried out. Others said, "Thank God! Thank God!"

All of this came because of the concern of the people for a little seven year-old boy. Do we have such concern for our loved ones and friends? Do we want to see them saved? Will we give of ourselves so they can hear the Gospel of Jesus Christ? Simon Peter did. He cared. May we follow his example and give ourselves to winning souls.

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