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Jesus Is All You Need

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Sermon shared by Levi Wright

January 2001
Summary: A sermon about putting your unconditional trust in Jesus for all of your needs.
Audience: Believer adults
Sermon:
Evangelist Cry Ministry
Huger, South Carolina

Dr. Levi Howard Wright

SUBJECT: "JESUS IS ALL THAT YOU NEED"

TEXT: St John 6:66-69

"From that time many of his disciples went back, and walked no more with Him. Then said Jesus unto the twelve, Will ye also go away? Then Simon Peter answered Him, Lord, to whom shall we go? thou hast the words of eternal life. And we believe and ar sure that thou art the Christ, the Son of the living God."

ASSOCIATED TEXT: Philippians 4:13

"I can do all things through Christ which strengthen me."

INTRODUCTION

One day the Apostle Paul looked out upon life. And he thought about all of the problems that we have. He thought about all of the troubles that we go through. He thought about all of the burden that we bear. And he then said, "Who is sufficient for these things?
2 Corinthian 2:16.

There is only one answer to this question. No human being, no matter how great they are, can meet every need in our life. But there is one who can meet our every need. His name is Jesus Christ. He is a n Adequate and all-sufficient Savior. He can meet our every need in life. In Him and with His help we can face up to life and all of its problems.

Our text today take place just after Jesus had fed the five thousand. He had proven that He could meet man’s physical needs. Now the crowds began to gather around Him. They cared nothing about Him, but just for what He could do for them.

They were not interesting in Him as a Savior, they simply wanted something for nothing. So Jesus preached a sermon to them; a sermon in which He appealed for them to surrender their lives; a sermon in which He demanded that they give instead of receive.

They were willing to follow Him as long as He was feeding them and requiring nothing in return. But when He began to tell them what would be required and expected of them if they continued to follow Him; the great crowd turned away and went back to the world. It’s the same way Today.

Let a pastor or preacher preach about the free grace of God; let him tell of all that a man receive as a Christian; let him tell of Heaven and the joy in the bye and bye, and men will follow Him and call him a great preacher.

But let him call upon people to forsake the world and follow Jesus; let him ask for money for the work of Gospel; let him ask them to go out into the highways and hedges to witness for Christ and the majority will turn their backs and walk away.

It is easy for some people to say "AMEN" when the preacher speaks about what Christ gives us, but they are strangely silent when he speaks of what we should give Christ or the Preacher.

Muzzle not the ox that thread the corn. And elder that rule well is due doubt honor. If you give a prophet a drink when he’s thirty you will receive a prophet reward in return.

Yes, as the crowd began to leave Jesus sadly turned to His disciples and said, "Will you also go away?
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