Standing In The Gap (13 of 31) by Ernest Easley
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Series: Foundations for Life
Ernest L. Easley
All right, with your Bible opened to Genesis 18, I want to show you this morning from the Word of God that He's looking for some men and women to stand in the gap before Him on behalf of those who are perishing!
Ezekiel 22.30, "So I sought for a man among them who would make a wall, and stand in the gap before Me on behalf of the land, that I should not destroy it."
Abraham was such a man! He stood in the gap before God on behalf of his nephew Lot that God would not destroy him! And may I tell you this morning that God is looking for parents today that will stand in the gap before Him on behalf of their children so that God will not destroy them.
God is looking for some wives who will stand in the gap before Him on behalf of their husbands so that God will not destroy them.
God is looking for some husbands who will stand in the gap before Him on behalf of their wives so that God will not destroy them.
God is looking for some Americans to stand in the gap before Him on behalf of our nation so that God will not destroy us! I watched parts of the Republican National Convention two weeks ago. I watched parts of the Democratic National Convention this past week! And I am convinced that the problems of our nation will not be resolved by the Democrats nor the Republicans but by God alone!
We're too far gone for man to restore us! No man can solve the sickness and perversion taking place across America today! And if we don't stop looking to man for the answers and start looking to God for the answers, what happened to Sodom and Gomorrah will happen to us!
We need some men like Abraham who stood in the gap before God on behalf of his nephew Lot! And we're going to learn today that because Abraham stood in the gap on Lot's behalf, Lot survived!
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