Logistics by Dr. Ed Young

LOGISTICS

I Corinthians 16:5-9

I hope you have your Bibles open to I Corinthians chapter number 16.
We've been studying Corinthians for a long long time until most of us
are somewhat familiar with this tremendous letter from the pen of the
Apostle Paul. This morning we'll look at I Corinthians 16, verse 5
through verse 9 as we go to the Lord in prayer.
Father, we trust that you will still us in thy presence and deal with us
individually and collectively during this time of praise and worship
where encouragement is needed, Father we ask that your spirit be right
there. Where forgiveness is asked for, we ask that your Spirit will
permeate that area. Where sickness is present, may there be healing,
where sin is rampant may there be restoration. Lord, thank you for
supernaturally meeting our needs in this hour. We wait upon Thee for
that word, that expectant word that anticipated word that will truly
make the radical difference in all of our living. Lord, you speak. Let
me get out of the way so that thy word and thy word alone might be
heard, received, understood and applied, incorporated right into our
lifestyles for we make this prayer through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.
Years ago Northwestern University lifesaving crew. They would patrol
Lake Michigan and they would seek to help any vessels that were in
distress. One night a signal went out that the Lady Elgin, a luxury
passenger ship, had been broken up by a sudden storm on Lake Michigan.
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And the crew was sent out and in that crew there was a young student by
the name of Edward Spencer who 17 times went into the icy water and 17
times brought out an individua ...


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