JESUS CAN MEET EVERY NEED (1)                                       Luke 8:40-56

And behold, there came a man named Jairus, and he was a ruler of the synagogue. And he fell down at Jesus’ feet and begged Him to come to his house, for he had an only daughter about twelve years of age, and she was dying. But as He went, the multitudes thronged Him. (vv41-42)

Jairus and his wife have a daughter in this story whose needs nothing can meet. They have heard quite a lot about Jesus, and I can imagine the woman saying to her husband, “There’s only one thing left. If you could see Jesus, our daughter would live.” My brother, my sister, I tell you this: If you see Jesus, you will live. You will; and you can see Him now. God can so reveal Him to your hearts that while you are hearing this message, you will be able to see Jesus. He is in the midst; the power of God is over us. No man can say after hearing this message, “No man can show you the way of salvation, and oh, it is a wonderful way.

Think about Jesus. Did you ever think about Him? Talk about love! There is no love like His! His love has never changed. He loved us “while we were still sinners,” and then He died for us (Romans 5:8)

Nobody is saved when they are good; they are always saved when they are bad. God has a way of revealing our hearts to us, and when we see ourselves as sinners. He applies the balm. Is it possible for anybody to seek Jesus and not find Him? Is it? Jairus went to seek Jesus. It is not possible for you to seek Jesus without finding Him. Those who seek Him, find Him, just the same as this man did. Glory to God. Remember there are always two seekers. When the prodigal son began to turn towards home, his father turned toward him. (Mark 5:22-23) – (Smith Wigglesworth)

PRAYER LINE: Father, thank You for the knowledge that when I take a step of faith to seek Jesus, I will find Him. Glory be to Your Name. Amen.


Two seekers – you turn to seek Jesus, He turns to seek you.

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