Webcast

Show Me the Way

by Greg Laurie on Aug 18, 2018

In this special webcast, pastor and teacher Greg Laurie shares a message from Acts 8. From our “Special Events” series for SoCal Harvest. Hosted by Harvest Christian Fellowship at the 45,000 max-capacity Angel Stadium in beautiful Southern Californian. This evangelistic event features music from top Christian artists, special guests, and a culturally relevant and biblically sound gospel message from Pastor Greg Laurie, including an invitation to accept Jesus Christ.

SoCal Harvest Sermon Notes

All of humanity is crying out for meaning, they have an empty hole inside them that they are trying to fill with worldly things. All the possessions in the world will not fill you up, and the more you try and fill the hole, the more empty you will feel.

Application

Did you know it’s not a bad thing that you feel guilty? That means you have a conscience. Everyone will die, everyone’s time is running out. But the good news is that Jesus Christ is offering you eternal life! All you have to do is accept the gift he is giving you!

  • Everyone is guilty
  • Everyone is lonely
  • Everyone is empty

Scriptures

Acts 8

How to Know God

  • Realize you are a sinner
  • Recognize that Jesus Christ died on the cross for you
  • Repent of your sin
  • Receive Jesus Christ into your life
  • Sinner’s Prayer

“Dear Lord Jesus, I know I am a sinner. I believe You died for my sins. Right now, I turn from my sins and open the door of my heart and life. I confess You as my personal Lord and Savior. Thank You for saving me. Amen.”

For more information and to request resources to help you on your new walk with Christ, visit KnowGod.Org.

The Irvine Co. removed a billboard advertising the Harvest Crusade from Fashion Island in Newport Beach on Aug. 3 after receiving complaints and an alleged threat. (Courtesy of Harvest Christian Fellowship)

 

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