Walking with God (1 of 8) by Ernest Easley
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Series: Journey in Faith
Dr. Ernest L. Easley
Hebrews 11:5-6; Genesis 5:21-22
February 8, 2004
Now join me in the New Testament book of Hebrews. And once there ... turn to Chapter 11.
We are beginning a new series of messages this morning from this Hall of Faith and here's why: Roswell Street Baptist Church is on a journey! A journey that is being bathed in prayer this month through the use of our prayer and devotional guide! A journey that is not only being bathed in prayer ... but a journey that is bursting with promise!
I know that the church of Jesus Christ is not buildings but that the church uses buildings ... but I also know that the buildings that we are planning to build will allow us to maximize our opportunities to get the gospel of Jesus Christ into this community and culture for the next twenty years! We have the God-given responsibility to reach this next generation for Christ! That's why this project is being called: Journey in Faith, generation to generation!
I am so blessed to pastor a church that is made up of people who want to be a part of something great for the glory of God!
A church that wants to be a mighty tool in the hand of God!
A church that wants to bring people ... all kinds and colors to faith in Jesus Christ!
A church that wants to set the standard in bringing men and women and teenagers and boys and girls to faith in Jesus Christ!
A church that wants to help bring families together in a day when families are falling apart!
A church that wants to say to this community, "Look what God is doing!" not merely, "Look what God has done."
And what excites me the most about our Journey in Faith project is ... that it is bigger than any of us! It is bigger than anything we've ever attempted! It is so big that if God isn't in it ... it will fail!
Our Journey in Faith is not primarily about building buildings ... it is about building saints! It's not primari ...
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