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You and Your Burdens (15 of 17)
Born AGAIN Free
We have a few more verses and we will complete our
study of the book of Galatians. I think after the
Pastors' Conference we will be ready to move into a
new study which I am going to call, Kings on Parade.
We are going to look in the Old Testament in the books
of First and Second Kings and First and Second
Chronicles at some of the lives of the kings. They
have some practical lessons for us today. Also, along
that way we will study Elijah and Elisha, the prophets
of God. That's where we are headed after our study of
I want to lead you in a study of what to do with your
burdens. What do you do with those burdens which come
into your life?
Life has its burdens. Every day has its assortments of
anxieties, cares and burdens. Sometimes those burdens
come down upon people's shoulders. Sometimes those
burdens are upon your head. Many times those burdens
come down to bear heavily upon your heart. Life has
its burdens. All of us have our burdens. When you came
into this building tonight, just about every person
who walked through these doors tonight has a burden of
some kind. Maybe it's a physical burden. You are
struggling with a handicap that is a burden to you.
Maybe you have a physical ailment or problem that
burdens you down. Maybe it's an emotional burden.
Maybe an emotional difficulty, like a raging wind,
sweeps across your soul and you are burdened
emotionally. Maybe it's a spiritual burden. Maybe the
storm of sin is blowing heavily upon your heart and it
threatens to wreck your soul on the shores of life.
You have a burden. You can't avoid it. The Bible says,
"Man that is born of a woman is of few days and full
of troubles." Everybody has his or her burdens.
I read about a Chinese woman who lost a son one time.
She was inconsolable in her grief. Finally she went to
a wise man and the wise ...
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