Jesus, The One Who Restores My Soul (13 of 14) by Fenton Moorhead
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PERSON OF CHRIST, Tape 13, *page 1*
PERSON OF CHRIST - 6-7-98
Tape Thirteen - Jesus...The One Who Restores My Soul
By Pastor Fenton Moorhead
... amen? Why watch "Touched by an Angel" that is artificial, that isn't real
when you can be touched by real angels here tonight? Not me, but some of our
middle school students that went off to camp this past week, had tremendous
encounters with Christ. A number of them are going to be baptized, they're going to
share some testimonies, and so I want to encourage you, do yourself a favor, come
tonight at 6 o'clock. This is our big Sunday night, the first Sunday night of the
month, and so I want to encourage you with regards to that.
And now let's pray together. "Lord, I just want to thank you for your
goodness. Lord, you are good all the time and all the time you are good. Even in the
challenges of difficulties of life, you are allowing us to experience the need to
depend on you totally, and you promised us, in this world, there would be every kind
of test, and trial and difficulty, but you also said that you would be with us.
"And Lord Jesus, thank you for standing up in that last day of the great feast,
when they celebrated Moses striking the rock in the wilderness, and you said `I am
the water of life, if anyone is thirsty, let him come to Me and drink.'
And Lord, help us today, not to drink from the fountains of the world, which are
polluted and will never satisfy, but to drink from the fountain of life, the Lord Jesus
Christ, in whose Name we pray," and all God's people said amen, amen.
The message this morning, continues the series on the "Person of Christ."
And here we're thinking of Jesus this morning, and who He is, as the One who
restores my soul. It is so important that we are experiencing the restoration of our
souls, for see, we not only get tired in body, and worn out physically, but we get
exhausted spirituall ...
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