Well, Well, Well Isaac by Robert Walker

Well, Well, Well Isaac
Robert Walker
Genesis 26:18

I. THERE IS A TRUTH TO BE SEEN

1. The Memory that Lingered
2. The Ministry that Lasted

II. THERE IS A TRAGEDY TO BE SEEN

1. The Presence of the Enemy
2. The Purpose of the Enemy

III. THAT IS A TASK TO BE SEEN

1. The Difficulties they Faced
2. The Discovery they Made

An American pastor tells a story of a friend who bought some property in India. When he started to clear out an old well dug horizontally into the side of a mountain, he found old machinery, discarded furniture, trash, weeds, bushes and nearly 300 cobras.

The next day when he went back to the well he found a stream bubbling out and flowing again! Imagine how precious that was for him and his fami1y, cattle and workers.

Isn't that the message of Genesis 26 as God is calling us to re-dig the old wells of the precious, powerful, life giving water of the Holy Spirit?

The church has to much baggage such as a lot of sacred cows, trash and weeds as well as sinful lifestyle practices and beliefs which have come from the deceit of the devil that the wells dug by our forefathers or the faith have become blocked.

At the heart of the gospel is we must get rid of that which blocks the flow of the living water.

Isn't it time therefore to re-dig the well and clear out the denominational debris and practice and theology that have capped off the well. It is time to get rid of the excessive baggage.

Our text tells us that ''Isaac digged again the wells of water, which they had digged in the days of Abraham his father. I want us to learn some lessons from this Old Testament story about Isaac ''well digging''.

I. THERE IS A TRUTH TO BE SEEN

Isn't the message of the bible that we need to be careful of retaining truth and what a powerful truth there is in Genesis 26 and also Psalm 25:5 ''Lead me in thy truth, and teach me: for thou [art] the God of my salvation; on thee do I wait all the day.''

Isn't the message of ...


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