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Philippians 1:15-18 (8 of 17)
Dr. Ernest L. Easley
July 16, 1997
Tonight we're back in the book of Philippians. So .. take God's Word and turn please to Philippians chapter 1.
As you're finding Philippians .. let me say that next Wednesday night we're going to set
Philippians aside for a few weeks and here's why.
Perhaps you've heard or read that I'm planning to teach a six week study on Angels beginning Sunday July 27th. Now I may be crazy for trying it. But I believe that God wants me to do it.
There are several people who attend our early worship service that don't go to Sunday School. Some attend the 11:00 service and don't go to Sunday School. And their missing out on the fellowship and study of the Word of God.
So ... I'm hoping that many of them will attend my class and see that Sunday School is a good thing and a positive thing. I'm going to put an add in the paper inviting anybody from the community to attend this special six week study.
So beginning Sunday .. July 27th .. for six weeks ... you're going to have an opportunity to invite people you know that are not attending a regular Bible Study to attend my class! My class is for them ... not you!
If you're already in a class .. you need to stay in your class. You say, "But I'd like to learn more about angels." All right ... you can! But not on Sunday morning at 9:45 a.m. You can learn more about angels beginning Wednesday .. August 30th!
I'm going to teach the material on Wednesday after I teach it on Sunday's at 9:45 a.m. Now .. don't cheat! I don't want one Sunday School teacher complaining to me that some of their members are slipping in my class. You can help keep me out of trouble by attending your class on Sunday and then join me here on Wednesday!
By the way .. the general heading for the six week study is "Angelmania in America." And the first lesson is entitled: "Are there Angels in Midland?" So .. that begins Sunday morning July 27th. ...
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