A Basket Case by Dr. Ed Young

H. Edwin Young
Acts 9:19-31; 11:22-26; 22:17-21
II Corinthians 1:16; 3:4-6; 11:30-33
Galatians 1:1-17

Let's bow for prayer together as we begin. Father,
we thank you for the ministry of music that stirs
us and lifts us up. But we know that to be
inspired is not enough, that we must follow
through with all of our living. Give us that
follow through tonight. That unction from on high.
You speak, let me get out of the way so that Thy
Word and Thy message alone might be heard. For we
make this prayer in the beautiful name of Jesus
Christ. Amen.

Every Sunday this old boy will go, go out the door
and speak to the preacher. Once in a while, he
would go out and say, "Preacher, you had
unction this morning." And several years went by
and one day the Preacher grabbed him and says,
"Would you please tell me what unction
means? You've been saying that for years, Pastor, once
in awhile and when I preach, would you define unction
for me?" The old boy looked at him and said,
"Preacher, I don't know know what it means but I
know when you've got it."

Now tonight, you're not going to find a great deal
of unction in what we're going to talk about. But we
are going to find together some basic principles
that God gives us about life. In fact, the most
basic principle about life. So you need to have your

Would you open your Bibles with me? We're going to
move around tonight, in Acts, in Corinthians, and
Galatians; so we're gonna be right in that
neighborhood. It won't take you long to jump from one
to another.

If you did not bring your Bible with you, there are
Bibles in the pew. They're black in color, you'll
see them there, if you'll get one of those Bibles,
it would help you. It's like following along,
reading and hearing has a way of just impounding ...

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