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Barriers Broken Down - Charles Spurgeon

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Barriers Broken Down by C. H. Spurgeon Topic: Scripture(s): Romans 10:3 Description: You that have your Bibles open, kindly follow me from the first verse of the chapter. It begins, 'Brethren, my heart's desire and prayer to God for Israel is, that they might be saved.' If you really desire that men should be saved, pray for them. It is an empty wish, a mere formality, if you do not turn it into prayer. Every loving desire for any man or woman should, by the believer, be taken before God in prayer. We cannot expect that God will save men unless his people pray for it. There must be travail before the birth, and there must be travail in prayer with God before we can expect that many will be born again into the church of God. Oh, for more prayer! Let us cry to God in secret, and in the family, and in all our assemblies, that God would save the sons of men. But prayer, if it is sincere, is always attended with effort. Hence the apostle begins to teach as well as to pray. He prays that Israel might be saved, and then he explains the difficulties in the way, and tries to remove them. You pray, dear friend, do you? But you never speak to the individual for whom you pray. Is your prayer sincere? I will not question it. But... I would like to thank our friends at sermon index for allowing us to share this message with you!

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