Some of the points covered in this sermon:
• Reviewing the definition for the Greek verb, katartizō, and the four ways it is used in the New Testament
• Showing how the verb is used with reference to “fitting something to its design” (tailor-made)
• First, tailor-made words in the mouth of babes—Matthew 21:16 (translated “perfected”)
• Second, tailor-made human nature for Christ—Hebrews 10:5 (translated “prepared”)
• Third, tailor-made destruction for the non-elect—Romans 9:21-23 (translated “fitted”)
• Fourth, tailor-made lifespans for every human being—Hebrews 11:3 (translated “framed”)
Jared Smith served twenty years as pastor of a Strict and Particular Baptist church in Kensington (London, England). He now serves as an Evangelist in the Philippines, preaching the gospel, organizing churches and training gospel preachers.