"JESUS' PLAN TO PRAY"
February 11, 1990
Hallowed be Thy name!
Jehovah Sabaoth: "All-Sovereign One"
Jehovah Shammah: "The Lord is There"
Jehovah Tsidkenu: "The Lord Our Righteousness"
Jehovah Rophe: "The One Who Healeth You"
Jehovah M'Kaddesh: "The Lord Who Sanctifies"
Tonight we find and discover the God who is our provider.
The Biblical Setting:
Genesis 12:1-3; Genesis 18 -
Abraham and Sarah given the promise of the son.
Abraham, the friend of God and the man of faith, stood his greatest
test at Moriah. God said, "Take that long-awaited boy, Isaac, and sacrifice
him to Me." Read Genesis 22:1-19
Tonight, I want you to follow with me in three basic thought patterns:
I. A REALISTIC LOOK AT THE EMOTIONS OF ABRAHAM.
God tells you to place your long-awaited child on the altar. How would
What were some of these _motons and why did they exist?
1. Stress: Why? Go 'ga test. (Genesis 22:1)
For 25 years he waited for Isaac.
2. Love: Why? What God told him to do. (Genesis 22:2)
3. Courageous Obedience: Why? He did it. (Genesis 22:3)
4. Uncertainty and Fear: Why? Three days to think it over (Genesis 22:4-
5. Brokenness: Why? The question of his son. (Genesis 22:7)
6. Confidence: Why? His response to Isaac. (Genesis 22:8)
7. Commitment: Why? Son on altar ready to kill him. (Genesis 22:9-10)
8. Relief: Why? God spared him (Genesis 22:11-12)
"I know you're in control, I think." "Oooh.. . you were and
9. Praise: Why? God came through (Genesis 22:13-14)
10. Excitement: Why? ...
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