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What You Reap You Sow (16 of 17)
Born AGAIN Free
Open your Bibles to the book of Galatians chapter 6.
Next Wednesday evening, God willing, I will bring the
final study in the book of Galatians. We will have
spent seventeen sessions studying the book of
Galatians. On Wednesday nights you are my Bible
students. I know you are here because you want to go
down deep in God's word. That's what I try to do for
you. So I take a little bit more time.
I'm really excited about the next study we are going
to do on Wednesday nights. I'm calling it Kings On
Parade. I'm going to do a series of studies from
Samuel, Kings and Chronicles about the kings of the
Old Testament. There are some great lessons in their
lives. Also we will study the lives of Samuel, Elijah,
and Elisha. We are going to have a big time. Some of
the most exciting passages in all of the Bible are
found in Samuel, Kings, and Chronicles. We'll take
that up after our Pastors' Conference.
Paul is wrapping up his letter. He is coming now to
the conclusion and is giving a series of practical
exhortations about the life of freedom we have in the
Lord Jesus Christ. In these verses which we are
studying this evening, he gives us a number of
principles for life which are very important to know.
In verse 6 he takes the principle of receiving and
giving. He is talking specifically about those who
have blessed you by the teaching of the Word. "Let
those who are taught in the word, communicate to those
who teach in all good things." He is saying that we
must learn the principle of gratitude and the
principle of giving in return for those who have
I was thinking about my own personal ministry today
and how so many of the people I have the privilege of
teaching God's Word to, receive that word and then in
turn they give back to me encouragement, love,
support. I get wonderful encouraging letters from many
of you in our church. I had lunch today with a young
pastor in the Palatka area. It's a beautiful story. He
was saved in our church at the age of 14. He was
sitting in the balcony on Sunday morning and he said
that he was so under conviction that when the service
was over, as he walked down the steps of the balcony,
he felt like he was walking down steps that led to
hell. He was so under conviction. He came back to the
service that night. It was a Lord's Supper service. He
received Jesus as his Savior. Then he said that later
on he went to one of our youth camps and God called
him to preach. He is pastor of a church now and he is
taking the things he has learned here and is using
them in the church there. He said in the year he had
been there, they have gone from 80 to 130 in Sunday
School. That's pretty good growth. He was telling me
what a great blessing the church has been and still is
Here is a young man who understood the pr ...
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