Look unto me, and be ye saved


The following sermon was preached by Rev. Calum I. Macleod on the Sabbath Evening, 26th of July, 2009. The question, “How can I be saved?” is answered in this sermon. What does the word ‘saved’ mean? What does it imply? Well, much of today’s preaching is delivered without reference to sin and righteousness or judgment to come. But, if we don’t hear about sin then we will not see our need to be saved. The word ‘saved’ is meaningless without reference to sin. This text of Scripture is always highly cherished by the Lord’s People. It was used of God in the conversion of C.H. Spurgeon. A preacher told him, “Young man, look unto God and he will save you.” Spurgeon said, “I looked, and I was saved.”

The text is Isaiah 45:22… Look unto me, and be ye saved, all the ends of the earth: for I am God, and there is none else.

Look unto me, and be ye saved


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