Putting A Muzzle On The Mouth Of A Lost World (3 of 3) by Ken Trivette

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PUTTING A MUZZLE ON THE MOUTH OF A LOST WORLD (3 of 3)
This Is the Will of God
Ken D. Trivette
1 Peter 2:11-15

Outline
I. THE CHRISTIANS RELATIONSHIP TO THE WORLD!
A. The Christians Anticipation of Another World
B. The Christians Attitude About This World
II. THE CHRISTIANS RESPONSE FROM THE WORLD!
A. Christians Are Often Misunderstood By The World
B. Christians Are Often Maligned By The World
III. THE CHRISTIANS REPUTATION IN THE WORLD!
A. A Walk That Is Seen
B. A World That Is Silenced

1. On our calendars there is what we sometimes call
red-letter days. These red-letter days mark certain
holidays, special days and events. On each of our
life's calendars there are red-letter days. April 2,
1972 is a red-letter day for me for it was that day I
was saved. Another red-letter day is a Sunday shortly
after I was saved. There was a Sunday night when I
knelt just a few feet from the place I was saved and
told God I wanted to give my life to Him. On that red-
letter day in my life I told God I would serve Him and
do whatever He wanted me to do. To that point, I had
never thought about being a preacher. It was not
something that I had entertained in my mind or given
any consideration to. Yet, when I returned to my seat,
I knew that God wanted me to be a preacher and preach
His word.

2. That was thirty years ago this past July. If I
could back to that Sunday night, knowing what I know
now, and with the knowledge of what those thirty years
have held, I would once again, without a moment's
hesitation or reservation, fall on my knees and tell
God that I would to do whatever He wanted, be whatever
He wanted, and go wherever He wanted me to be. I would
once again yield my life to God and seek to know and
do His will. I can assure you that I have never
regretted doing God's will. I have met those who
regretted they did not do God's will, but I have yet
to meet someone who regretted doing the will of God
for ...


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