Out Of The Hole by Frank Pollard

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BROADCAST on THE BAPTIST HOUR, July 12, 1992, by Dr. Frank Pollard of Jackson, Mississippi
Out of the Hole
Xtjsr)%h Text: I Timothy 1: 12
In a city in Oklahoma, the news media alerted the hearts of the God, be honor and glory for ever and ever, Amen.'" Understand the
people to the fact that a man had fallen into a hole eighteen feet deep word "amen" in GCod's Word and in our usage is not verbal applarise
and was covered by debree and dirt. For hours men worked feverishly for the performance. "Amen" means I believe that truth so illuch. I
trying to free him from that imprisonment. Finally the word came, it's plan to live by it.
too late, he is dead. With a broken heart and an excited mind, the So Paul says this is the truth of God. this is what I live byv Once
newscaster said to the people, "This is a parable of what's wrong with again, he had given his testimony and in this testimony he aSy s si
our society. We have millions of dollars of equipment for doing almost don't have to stay in the hole. I'm going to switch metaphors in riiidl-
anything, but we didn't have the equipment to get one man out of one sermon by saying:
hole alive."
You don't have to play a great first half in order to be a int'et.
We have all fallen into a hole called sin
Several years ago on the west coast a dazed football player nrni the
Do you ever feel as though you've fallen into a hole or maybe you've wrong way and scored a touchdown for the opposition and 'we Chr-i9-
been pushed into a trap? If so, then maybe you should take heart. It tians do that pretty often. The rest of the story is that oung lianl
could be that this is God's way of saying to you, I want to work my such an outstanding second half that he almost single handcdl' tI
love and my grace and my salvation and my rescue in your life. The that game for his team.
central, t ...

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