According to the 2017 Waterside Survey by Strutt and Parker, 62 per cent of people want to live by the seaside.Extending from Bognor Regis to Rye, with stunning countryside and beautiful beaches, the Sussex coast has particularly seen an influx of businesses, increased tourism and a rise in homebuyers in recent years.These three hindrances, these three fears, to be precise, that plague our efforts to declare are: Self-righteousness keeps us from declaring the Gospel.When we consider ourselves righteous by our own power and not by God’s we naturally fall into two lines of thinking in regard to sharing the Gospel.Their job was to take the taxes levied by the Roman government – an honest job in itself – but the tax-collectors extorted above and beyond what the government required, robbing their fellow Jews.
Thanks to this extensive investment and regeneration, the Sussex coast now offers homebuyers an exciting investment opportunity.
Look at Luke 19:7: “And when they saw it, they all grumbled, ‘He has gone in to be the guest of a man who is a sinner.’” In an effort to maintain their own righteousness, they refused to associate with such unrighteous tax collectors as Zacchaeus.
The tax collectors of 1 century Judea were the lowest of the low in society, and Zacchaeus is the chief of them!
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