How to Experience a Fresh Touch from God by Ernest Easley

How to Experience a Fresh Touch from God
Dr. Ernest L. Easley
Ephesians 4:30; I Thessalonians 5:19; Galatians 5:16
May 28, 2006

As you are turning to Ephesians 4 I want to ask you a question: do you need a fresh touch from God on your life today? I'm talking about a touch from God that will refresh your walk and renew your worship and rejuvenate your witness!

How we need a fresh touch from God! We need to be like Jacob when he wrestled with God and said to God, "I will not let you go until you bless me." Or Moses .. who cried out to God, "Please show me Your glory."

Jacob and Moses ... like many of you ... were in need of a fresh touch from God. They needed the joy back into their life. They needed the peace back into his life. They longed for the wind of God to move across their life! And I dare say that across this building are some men and women and boys and girls that need the wind of God to move across their life today!

We need a fresh touch from God and the good news is that we can experience it! We can experience the wind of God blowing across our life! In fact .. God longs to give us a fresh touch!

You say, "If God wants to give me a fresh touch .. what's the hold up?" It's not "what's the hold up" .. it is "who is the hold up." And all you have to do to discover who the hold up is .. is to look in a mirror. That's what we find beginning in Ephesians 4 as we learn. How To Experience A Fresh Touch from God

So take God's Word and join me in the New Testament book of Ephesians 4. I want to show you how you can experience a fresh touch from God. A touch that will refresh your walk with God! A touch that will renew your worship of God! A touch that will rejuvenate your witness of God!

Here's how to experience a fresh touch from God:
(1) GRIEVE NOT THE HOLY SPIRIT.
Ephesians 4.30, "And do not grieve the Holy Spirit of God by whom you were sealed for the day of redemption."

Now learn this about receiving ...


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