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Sermon 101 "The Timing of Your Salvation and Progress"

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People who turn to Christ in their later years may feel deep remorse for time wasted in sin. It's tempting to wish we had been enlightened earlier and not have wasted so much time.

Those who get born again when they're young may feel that they didn't understand it, fell away into backsliding, and wish they would have been converted at a more mature age.

We should be thankful to God, no matter when we get saved or when we stop backsliding and return to the faith of our earlier years.

Let's look at two individuals whose timing was unusual:

(1) Simeon who was very old and ready to die when he saw the baby Jesus.

(2) The thief on the cross who was promised paradise but was dying and had very little time to renew his mind, share his faith, or do anything for God.

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