Honoring His Day (4 Of 10) by Larry Wynn

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HONORING HIS DAY
EXODUS 20: 8-11
JULY 2, 1995
SERIES: THE TEN COMMANDMENTS
MESSAGE #4


INTRODUCTION

A. WHAT'S IN A DAY? ACCORING TO LINCOLN BENEFIT LIFE INSURANCE, IN
A DAY THERE ARE:

$2.5 SPENT ON CAR WASHES
313 MILLION GALLONS OF FUEL USED.
$10 MILLION SPENT ON PORNOGRAPHY.
150 NOSE JOBS DONE.
150 BAGS REMOVED FROM UNDER THE EYES.
100 FULL FACE LIFTS.
32 EARS PINNED BACK.
200 MILES OF MEN'S NECKTIES SOLD.
125,000 ARTICLES OF ELVIS MERCHANDISE SOLD.
53 MILLION ASPIRIN ARE TAKEN.
47 MILLION HOT DOGS ARE EATEN.
5.8 MILLION TONS OF CHOCOLATE ARE EATEN.

B. HOW WE APPROACH A DAY WILL LARGELY DETERMINE WHAT A DAY WILL
BE LIKE.

C. TODAY, AS WE FOCUS ON THE 4TH COMMANDMENT I WANT US TO DO
TWO THINGS.

1. LOOK AT THE SPECIAL NATURE OF EACH DAY.

2. LOOK A THE SACRED NATURE OF THE LORD'S DAY.
I. THE SPECIAL NATURE OF EACH DAY.

A. EACH DAY IS A GOD GIVEN DAY.

1. God not only created one day, He created each day.

2. Psalms 118:24 says, "This is the day the Lord has made; let us rejoice and
be glad in it."

3. You may say, but, the experts tell us there was no creative force behind
creation. It just happened.

a. "Scientist can theorize and hypothesize but only God can tell us
what really happened at the beginning of it all because only God
was there."

ill. Like the little boy who caught the bumblebee on his way to school.
He put it in a bottle and stuffed it in his back pocket. When he got to
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