How To Turn Problems Into Possibilities
And take God's wonderful word and turn to Acts chapter G would you please. We're going through the book of Acts under the heading, "That Old Time Religion." Because we believe with all of our heart that the need of the 20th century is not something new, but something old. That old time religion. which by the way is the new time religion. And which by the way is the all time religion. And which by the way is the anytime religion. And therefore it ought to be the every time religion. So we're thinking about that old time religion and we're finding out how they did it in the book of Acts. So that the power and the victory and the revival that was in the book of Acts can be reproduced in our hearts and in our lives today. Because we [believe that if we believed and behaved as they believed and behaved then we would achieve what they achieved. So, we're going to be looking here in the book of Acts. And today I'm going to be talking to you about how to turn your problems into possibilities. Now I know that sounds like a little bit of pop psychology, but I believe you're going to find it to be more than that. You're going to find it to be Biblical truth. Now you know there are always these pessimists. They go around and they see a difficulty in every opportunity. But the Bible Christian sees an opportunity in every difficulty. And we're going to see today that, that difficulties are just opportunities in reverse if we see them through the eyes of God. And we're going to find out that every difficulty that came to that early church was used of - d as a springboard just to cause them to grow all the more for the Lord Jesus Christ. And so let's look here in God's word and I'm going to begin reading in chapter 6 and verse 1. "In those days when the number of the disciples was multiplied, there arose a murmuring of the Grecians against the Hebrews because their widows were neglected in the daily ministration. Then the ...
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