The Muslim Salvation

n608121245_2050241_4714969Today was week 2 in the Crossroads series.  The message today centered on “The Muslim Salvation.”

In my message, I spent half of the time giving the history of the prophet Muhammad and the foundation of Islam.  For the second part of the message, I explained five key differences between Islam and Christianity.

We had a recording glitch yesterday, so the sermon is not online yet.  I am going to rerecord it today so that we can get it on the website.

The praise band did a fantastic job again today.  They led with these songs:

  • My Savior Lives – New Life Worship
  • Sing to the King – Billy Foote
  • I Stand in Awe – Mark Altrogge
  • I Stand Amazed (My Savior’s Love) – Chris Tomlin
  • How He Loves – John Mark McMillan

While I have vowed never to preach on Spring Forward Sunday ever again due to everyone’s sleepy state walking into church, I am thankful for the opportunity to speak on such a delicate subject.

I heard from many people yesterday that they learned a ton.  I stated in the beginning of the message that most Americans knew just enough about Islam since 9/11 to make them dangerous.  Hopefully, you learned some more, but that you also walked away knowing more about Christianity.

This morning I woke up and praised Jesus that the scale is gone, and I never have to worry about whether or not my good will outweigh my bad – the cross tips the scale every time!

See you next week for the conclusion (I hope the way we lift Jesus high blows you away)!

Travis Agnew is married to Amanda and the father of two sons and one daughter. He serves as the Senior Pastor of Rocky Creek Baptist Church in Greenville, SC. His most recent book is What God Has Joined Together.

2 thoughts on “The Muslim Salvation”

  1. Travis,

    I attended the 1st message in the Crossroads series as a first time visitor with my sister Susan Jones, also your neighbor.

    I’ve been following the series audio via the website and I would LOVE to have the visual as well. Is there a way you can make that available to me?

    I want to share it with my teenage boys, 17 & 15 and they are very visual learners!

    Thanks so much,
    Mickey Jennings

  2. Hi Travis,
    I would like your Crossroads Chart. I had drawn it out in my Compass but can't find the Compass now. It started with Abraham – kind of like a family chart. Do you still have it? Could you email it to me?
    Thanks so much!
    Gail Van Hoy

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