How to Experience a Miracle (17 of 33) by Ernest Easley
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Series: Behold the Lamb
Ernest L. Easley
We are going to learn this morning from John 11 that in life or death there is no problem that is greater than the Lord Jesus Christ! Now somebody says, ''Ernest, you don't know how big my problem is.'' You don't know how big my God is!
For the thirsty, He is the water of life. For the hungry, He is the bread of life. For the spiritually blind, He is the light of the world. For those without a guide, He is the good shepherd. And for the dead and dying, He is the resurrection and the life!
Now let me ask you a question: would a miracle help your situation today? I mean whatever your circumstances are would a miracle help? Well if the truth was known most of us here are in need of a miracle! And if not today Sooner or later you are going to need a miracle!
And I am here today to tell you that Jesus is still in the miracle working business! You say, ''Pastor, is a miracle even possible?'' I think I will let Jesus answer that! Mark 10.27b, ''for with God all things are possible.''
Now if there was ever an individual who needed a miracle it was Lazarus! And do you know what his problem was? He was dead! Dead people need a miracle!
Now in a spiritual sense Lazarus is a picture of every person outside of a relationship with Jesus Christ. Paul says in Ephesians 2.1, ''And you He made alive, who were dead in trespasses and sins.'' 1 Timothy 5.6, ''But she who lives in pleasure is dead while she lives.''
There is such a thing as a living corpse! This city is full of them! Living corpses! In fact we've got some living corpses sitting in this building this morning.
People like Lazarus who have ears but cannot hear. People who have eyes but cannot see. And unless they are touched by Jesus they will continue having existence without having life.
Well as we come to chapter 11 we are about four weeks away from the crucifixion of the Lord Jesus. The miracle of Laz ...
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