Summary: four simple truths about salvation

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Romans 10:1-13

The humorous story is told of a baseball manger who decided to play a rookie in right field one day. The regular fielder wasn’t happy about it and loudly makes it know from the bench that it was a big mistake to play the kid.

As it turned out the rookie was so nervous that he messed up big-time. He made a couple of errors and misjudged several other fly balls that should have been called errors. Each time he messed up, the veteran complained loudly from the bench.

Finally, late in the game the manager replaced the rookie with the veteran, mostly to shut the veteran up. Not long after, the veteran mishandled the first ball hit to him for an error. As he came off the field at the end of the inning, everyone on the bench got very quiet so they could hear what he would say.

The manager was waiting for the veteran, but before the manager could address the man, the veteran ballplayer slammed his glove down in disgust and said, “Skipper, that kid has right field so messed up nobody can play it.”

Far too many preachers and pastors have messed up the doctrine of salvation. In our text we have salvation in simple language that the everyday person can understand.

Romans 10:13 contains four of the most impressive truths man can ponder. These four impressive truths are found in the simplest statement on salvation in the Word of God. Could the gospel message ever be reduced to simpler terms?

Romans 10:13 is the sweetest and the simplest as well as the profoundest verse in the Bible to me. Romans 10:13 ought to comfort and encourage any heart that will give meditation to it.

John Phillips has said, “Where, within the compass of one short verse, can be found a better statement of the scope, the simplicity and the substance of the gospel?”

I. The WIDEST conceivable HUMANITY

I. The SIMPLEST conceivable ACTIVITY


IV. The GREATEST conceivable REALITY

I. The WIDEST conceivable HUMANITY - “Whosoever”

“Whosoever” is the widest scope or reach of humanity one can possibly imagine. “Whosoever” is a Scriptural word of immense importance. It is general, and yet it is particular.

A. “Whosoever” means ALL

There are no exceptions! The love of God knows no exceptions.

C. H. Spurgeon once said, “I have often thought that if I had read in Scripture that ‘if Charles Haddon Spurgeon shall call upon the name of the Lord, he shall be saved,’ I would not have felt as sure of salvation as I do now, because I would have concluded that there might have been somebody else of that name, and I would have said, ‘Surely it did not mean me.’ But when the Lord says, ‘Whosoever,’ I cannot get out of that circle.”

B. “Whosoever” means ANY

There are none excluded. “Whosoever” means anybody!

C. Whosoever” means YOU

I read about a man who was reading his Bible when a man passing by stopped and said, “That book isn’t for you.”

“Indeed it is.”

“How do you know?”

“My name is in it!”


“Why right here,” and he began to read loudly John 3:16 until he came to the word “whosoever,” and then slowly spelled it out, and then he concluded his remarks by “There it is.”

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