Unbinding The Hands That Bless (5 of 6) by Stan Coffey
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Unbinding The Hands That Bless (5 of 6)
BORN TO WIN
If you are born again, you are born to win. We've been talking about that for the last three Sunday mornings and again this morning. God causes us always to triumph in the Lord Jesus Christ.
I'm grateful I'm on the winning side. I'm on the side of the Lord Jesus who's never lost a battle and He never will. I praise God for the victory that's ours this morning in Christ.
I want you to turn to Genesis, chapter 18 and I want us to look at verse 14. Today's message is, "Unbinding The Hands That Bless."
Did you know that the hands of God are powerful hands. They are loving hands, blessing hands, hands that want to give, hands that want to heal, hands that want to bless, hands that want to lift up, hands that want to touch you in a special way.
Those are the hands of God. They are outstretched hands. God's hands are outstretched to you this morning. He wants to reach out and touch you at the point of your need and bless your life and give you the maximum blessing that you could possibly receive this morning.
We have to learn to unbind the hands that bless. In Genesis 18:14, God had told Abraham that he would have a son and that through this son, all the nations of the world would be blessed. Abraham now is one hundred years old. His wife is ninety years old. No son has been born. The promise of God is not fulfilled and it would seem absolutely impossible for God to fulfill His promise, but the Lord comes to Abraham to confirm that promise, to say again, "Abraham, that's exactly what I'm going to do in your life. I'm going to fulfill that promise."
So, here's a question that God asks of Abraham. He says, "Is anything too hard for the Lord? That is an interesting question. It's answered by Jeremiah in Jeremiah, chapter 32, verse 17. Listen to what God says.
Jeremiah 32:17 -- "Ah Lord God! behold, thou has made the heaven and the earth by thy great power and st ...
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