What Am I to ''Believe?'' (3 of 3) by Jerry Watts
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Series: Blessed or Busted
Blessed or Busted by God, which is it? If you were standing before Jehovah today, would He give you a word of blessing or would He view your life as unsatisfactory? Today we conclude this series of messages and hopefully, make the decision to live our lives so that God is free to bless.
(Text Call) Two weeks ago we began this series by asking ''What Am I to Be?'' Our call was to 'be sure of our salvation', 'be passionate in our worship', 'be godly in our priorities', and 'be spiritual in our prayers.' Then last week we asked, ''What Am I to Become'' and the answers we found were; become a purveyor of grace, an encourager, a walking invitation, and a promoter of unity. All 8 of these calls are practical tools to help us place ourselves in the spiritual position to be blessed by God.
Today we end this series with this question; ''What am I to Believe?'' And to glean these truths we begin in Hebrews 3. Let's read together.
Belief is a 'life-changing' commodity. It was belief that gave Daniel the strength to face the lion's den, it was belief that gave the 3 Hebrew boys the courage to be thrown into the Lion's den, it was belief that caused Lottie Moon to leave her home and give her life in China, and it is belief that controls your and my actions. We ''DO'' what we believe, the rest is just TALK.'' If we expect to be blessed by God, then we must believe right. Consider 4 truths;
1. God is able - This is a decisive statement which has no hint of question, God IS ABLE. Written across the pages of the Bible are the truths that God can do anything, He is able! He is able to part the water, bring water from a rock, and He is even able to flood the earth with water. He is able to send down fire from Heaven to destroy those wicked cities known as Sodom and Gomorrah, to hang a fiery cloud in the sky to lead His people, and even to send a fiery chariot to retrieve Elijah. ...
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