The Risen Lord by Dr. Ed Young

(Transcribed from Actual tape) March 30, 1986 AM



I Corinthians 15:1-11

I trust you have your Bibles open to I Corinthians, chapter number 15.
We'll consider verse 1 through verse 10 of this tremendous word on the
resurrection. Let's bow for prayer together:
Father, we come before Thy throne this morning admitting openly that not
all of us here have crowns The Lord of all. Therefore, we come with sin
that is unconfessed. We come with lives that need repentance, we come
with doubts and fears and anxieties and depression and questions, we
come in so many ways, 0, Lord. But we come primarily asking that Thou
would give to us a fresh word from on high, a new startling, moving
insight so that truly we will leave this place confident in our faith,
cleansed of all unrighteousness and truly, Father, may we leave as whole
men and women to go out into this broken world. Lord, you speak, let me
get out of the way so that Thy word and Thy holy and divine message
might not only be heard but may it be received and understood and Lord,
may we put Thy truth right in the middle of our lifestyles is our prayer
in Jesus' name. Amen.

A certain king suffered from insomnia. He'd wake up in the middle of

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sion, he got out his own dowry and he read his own handwriting, an event

he had recorded twenty years before. An event he'd totally forgotten

about, where a man had saved his life. He had forgotten the man's name


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