Everyday Faith for Everyday Living (7 of 13) by Stan Coffey
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2 Corinthians 5:7
Series -- FAITH: HOW TO GET IT AND HOW TO GROW IT
This morning if you have your bible were going to look at several passages of scripture as we continue the series on faith – Faith--how to get it and how to grow it. The first is a short verse in 2 Corinthians 5:7. You'll find your outline like this inside the bulletin that has most of the scriptures on it that we'll be looking at this morning. If you'd like to take your outline right now and look at that you can follow right along as we move throughout the message today.
Today we're talking about everyday faith for everyday living. The message today is going to be very practical and it's going to apply the principles of faith to where you are and where I live everyday. I think a message only works if it works in your life next week. Amen? That's the kind of message we need, something that really works in our life. Not just theory, not just theology, but something that works. Faith really works in everyday living. So, everyday faith for everyday living. That's what we're talking about.
You know, we've learned thus far that it's according to our faith, not our finances, not our fame, not our fortune, not our family, but it's according to our faith so be it unto us, Jesus said. He put the greatest premium of all on faith. The writer of Hebrews said, "Without faith it is impossible to please God." Not that it's difficult to please God without faith, not that it's hard to please God without faith, but it is impossible to please God without faith.
Now very rarely does God use the word impossible. While it says it's impossible to please God without faith, Jesus said, all things are possible to them that believe. So, what a contrast that is. That's why it's important to apply faith in our daily life, apply faith at work, apply faith in the home, apply faith in the church. Certainly, of all things, a ch ...
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