The Everlasting God (8 of 8) by Fred Lowery

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The Everlasting God (8 of 8)
If It Ain't One Thing It's Another
Fred Lowery
Matthew 14:30-33
July 1, 2007

Thank you Kristen. Leigh and I were talking about it a couple of nights ago we wanted to hear that song and I guess Kristen was listening. We better pay more attention around our house she may be listening more than we think. But we wanted to hear that song, one of our favorite songs, Come to Jesus. It was three o'clock in the morning and the disciples of Jesus were in the boat and a storm hit and they became afraid. Fighting for their lives. Not knowing what to do, wishing that Jesus was there facing those angry, angry waves. You know in this series, If it ain't one thing it's another, we are winding that up today and I've given you a lot of principles that hopefully just help you in your daily life, because we all struggle. We all have difficult things happen, we have things that just frustrate us and aggravate us. I've told you before I'm grateful that this series is ending because throughout the series every week it's been one thing after another. One thing after another, I guess God's sense of humor He's just trying to see how I'll respond you know, how I'll respond, how I'll react and giving me illustrations for Sunday mornings. I can't even give you all the things that have happened, I can just mention two or three. My computer crashed, I got that blue screen they say nobody wants to see when they say the hard drive crashes. And of course I haven't backed up anything because of course I don't know how to back up I just know how to go forward. And then you know, I love Starbucks coffee as you know and I have to have coffee as soon as I get up in the morning for my personality and so I do the coffee at night. Because now I have one of these coffee pots that's grind and brew and so you set it automatically and so I prepare it the night before and put the beans in there and then the next morning when that thing goes off at six or six ...

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