You Will Look At the Future with Eyes of Fear or Eyes of Faith (4 of 4) by Stan Coffey
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Series: Faith for the Future
This morning I want to invite your attention to Numbers 13:27-33, the Old Testament book of Numbers. And today we want to talk about “Faith For The Future”. This is the fourth in a series of messages on faith for the future and today we are going to look at how we see the future. You know perspective determines your faith, how you see things determines the outcome of your life. How you look at circumstances determines what happens to you in the midst of those circumstances.
And in Hebrews 11:1 the Bible says, “That faith is being sure of what we hope for and certain of what we do not see.” Faith has nothing to do with circumstances; faith has nothing to do with your situation at this moment. Faith has to do with being sure of what you hope for and being certain of what you do not see. Faith is seeing from God’s perspective. And “You Will Either Look At The Future With The Eyes Of Fear Or With The Eyes Of Faith”.
There is more than one to look at a situation; I know you will agree with that. There are all kinds of ways to look at a situation, but the Bible says you have two options in life in looking at life, looking at your circumstance, considering your hopes and your dreams and your aspirations and your challenges and your problems, you look at them with the eyes of fear or you look at them with the eyes of faith.
We are going to see from the story in Numbers 13 the difference in looking at the same situation, the same set of circumstances with the eyes of fear or looking at those same set of circumstances with the eyes of faith. And we are going to see the results of each of those.
I. LOOKING AT THE FUTURE THROUGH THE EYES OF FEAR
The first thing we are going to look at is we are going to see what happens when you see the future and you look at the future with the eyes of fear. And let me give yo ...
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