It Ain't Over Yet
DESCRIPTION OF SERMON: This message unveils how sensitivity and obedience to God's voice, allows the believer to overcome any seemingly impossible circumstances through prayer and praise.
POINTS: 1. Believers should profess the Word.
2. Believers should praise the Lord.
3. Believers should pray through the circumstances to receive God's redemption power in their lives.
In the book of Acts, Paul the disciple was traveling with some of his disciples and they were going from place to place, city to city preaching the gospel of Jesus Christ. It's very important to the Lord that the gospel be preached. The bible says before the end will come the gospel must be preached in all the world as a witness. And I believe God has called us to preach the gospel. Not just the pastor or the evangelist. I believe everyone of you are called to preach the gospel.
Paul and the disciples were going from place to place preaching the gospel and they were getting ready to go into a certain area. It says in Acts 16:6, "...but they were forbidden by the Holy Spirit to preach the word in Asia." So they went to another place, but they were forbidden in verse 7 to go into another place. Now when God begins to deal with you, He may get you to start preaching the gospel or witnessing by telling people about what the Lord has done for you. You may be sharing with people the good news of Jesus Christ and you may be ready to go do something and the Lord says, "No, not there." And you say, "Well, I'll go over there." "No not there." Why? Because God has a certain place for you to go. God has some people already prepared for you to speak to. God has already prepared some peoples' hearts to receive.
In verse 9, "A vision appeared to Paul in the night and there stood a man of Macedonia, and prayed him, saying, Come over into Macedonia, and help us." Paul was saying let's go over here, let's go over there and the Lord ...
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