Sermons on John 10
The story of Easter doesn't end with a mangled shepherd lying dead among three dead wolves.
Of all the great things that Easter means, it also means this: it is a mighty "I meant it!" behind Jesus' death.
All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to the Son of God and he declares, "I must bring in my other sheep." He will do it.
The sovereignty of God over the wills of men doesn't make evangelism unnecessary; it makes it hopeful.
There is no true freedom where happiness depends on denying the inevitable; there is only slavery disguised in a thousand forms of fun and busyness.