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Whosoever Shall Call

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“For whosoever shall call upon the name of the Lord shall be saved.” (Romans 10:13)

Here is your communication link to salvation my dear friend. Read it slowly one more time and notice each particular part of the text…

For whosoever -

This one word - whosoever - means you. It includes all of humanity and leaves nobody out. It is for everyone, and whosoever will come to the Lord Jesus Christ will not be cast away. The saving grace of our Lord’s arms are wide enough to embrace all who will flee to Him seeking to be saved from the eternal damnation that awaits all sinners. No sinner is beyond God’s reach and no sin is so grievous that it cannot be forgiven by Him. The LORD tells us “though your sins be as scarlet, they shall be white as snow.”1 And though you may have committed the most horrible sin and feel yourself worthy of the worst punishment, God will not turn away from you if you come to His Son. As Jesus says, “him that cometh to Me I will in no wise cast out.”2 “For whosoever” - murderer, rapist, thief...come! Hindu, Buddhist, Muslim…come! Religious, atheist, agnostic…come! Adulterer, wife beater, and child abuser ...come! Homosexual, lesbian, porn addict…come! “For whosoever” means any and all…including YOU!

Shall Call -

This is your action word. The “hot line” to heaven doesn’t ring unless you call. All lines are open. You’ll never get a busy signal or record-ing. Nobody will ask you to hold. You don’t even need a phone to call; just a willing heart that wants Jesus. And it is a simple thing to do. Who cannot call? Even a person who can’t speak can call out to Jesus in their heart, for the Lord hears the silent cry of the soul as well. But if you don’t call, how will the Savior hear? And why wouldn’t you call? If someone were dying in your home, wouldn’t you call for help? And so, lost sinner, why don’t you call out to the Great Physician to heal you of your sin sick soul? He is ready and waiting to forgive you. But you must call. “For Thou, Lord, art good, and ready to forgive; and plenteous in mercy unto all them that call upon Thee.”3

Upon the name of the Lord -

So you see that you must call. But who is it that you must call? As the text says - it is the Lord Jesus. “Neither is there salvation in any other: for there is none other name under heaven given among men, whereby we must be saved.”4 “But why only Jesus?” Who did God send to die for your sins? Jesus! Who rose from the dead? Jesus! It is Jesus who died in your place, thus paying for your sin penalty. The prophet Ezekiel is told by the LORD, “The soul that sinneth, it shall die.”5 Yet Christ “did no sin”6 and “in Him is no sin”7. Therefore, Jesus did not deserve to die but we do because we are sinners. However, God cannot accept a sinful man to die for another sinful man. If he could, why not spare His Son and choose a “good”, yet still sinful man such as Abraham or Moses? A perfect God requires a perfect sacrifice for sins and the only solution is the perfect Son of God dying in the place of sinful man. So it is on the name of Jesus - that name that is above all names - that you must call.

Shall be saved -

Saved from what? Saved from eternal condemnation in hell! Why send Jesus to die for you if there is nothing to be saved from? Yet God says, “...Whosoever hath sinned against me, him will I blot out of My book. And whosoever was not found written in the book of life was cast into the lake of fire.”8 What sane person, if in a burning building and shown a way of escape, would not immediately flee to it without hesitation? Who would delay in such a perilous surrounding? And so why do you delay in calling on Christ when the lake of fire awaits you? We are cautioned, “Boast not thyself of tomorrow; for thou knowest not what a day may bring forth.”9 Where is your promise for tomorrow or even for the next hour? The time of your death draws closer and closer and the fires of hell keep burning and burning. If you would only look up to heaven and see the resurrected Christ standing at the right hand of God waiting to deliver you from this fate when you call. He has given you a sure promise if you do: you “shall be saved.” And with salvation from God’s judgment, Jesus gives you the promise of resurrection to eternal life in heaven: “I will raise Him up the last day”10 Make a decision to turn from sin and turn to Jesus. Call on Him today to be your Lord and Savior. He is waiting to hear from you...

Scripture References: 1Isaiah 1:18 2John 6:37 3Psalm 86:5 4Acts 4:12 5Ezekiel 18:20 61 Peter 2:22 71 John 3:5 8Exodus 32:33, Revelation 20:15 9Proverbs 27:1 10John 6:40