Hand In Hand, We'll Walk Together (2 of 5) by Wayne Hinson
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Series: We, The Church, Take Thee, Jesus
Colossians 2: 1-10
Covenant Quote: We engage, therefore, by the aid of the Holy Spirit to walk together in Christian love
Church Wedding Vows: We, the church, take thee Jesus, to be our lawful wedded Bridegroom, by Amazing Grace. To have as my Saviour, to hold as my Security, from his day through out eternity, to love supremely, to cherish sweetly, and to obey serenely, and thereto, we pledge ourselves.
To Walk together with our Bridegroom, we must agree on:
I. The Matters Of Salvation
A) Gospel Preaching Must Be Heard
B) Godly Repentance Must Be Heartfelt
C) Grace Reception Must Be Through Him
II. The Material Of Scriptures
A) Divinely Arranged
B) Decisively Accepted
1. A Place To Repent
2. A Path To Return
3. A Presence To Remind
C) Definitely Answered
1. A Direct Response
2. A Doctrinal Response
III. The Mandate Of Separation
A) The Spoils Of Society
B) The Sins Of Society
I can vividly remember that in the days of my childhood, there were many wonderful occasions in the house of God. During that blessed time, there are no memories that are more dear than those in which the saints of God would sing loud and long, those grand old hymns of the faith. One of those hymns that lingers in my mind, heart and soul is the song, "Take my hand, precious Lord". Oh, the joy and glory that accompanied the singing and the shouting of this song. Even today, many years later, I can still hear those saints as they sang these words:
When my way groweth drear,
precious Lord linger near
When my life is almost gone
Hear my cry, hold my hand, lest I fall
Take my hand, precious Lord, lead me home
In Amos 3:3, the Bible declares, "Can two walk together, except they be agreed?" The answer has always been no, and remains the same today. For the bride to walk as the church with their bridegroom, then we hav ...
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