Doubting God (10 of 12) by John Barnett
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Series: Paradise Lost
When Adam and Eve chose to DOUBT GOD they started a tidal wave of sin that flood our lives to this day. This morning this is our 4th visit in our Paradise
Lost Series and each of us present in this room is fallen. Listen to the tragic results of the Fall of Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden.
When they began doubting God it was because they listened to the whisper of a dragon, the devil of old, our adversary, Satan.
• God pronounced the curse that would stalk the covenant for all time:
• Eve was tempted and Adam fell, but the seed was promised to crush the serpent.
• Abel was murdered, Cain was marked and the race was drowned because it was beyond hope, but Noah found grace in the eyes of the Lord.
• The world united in religion against God so at Babel he confounded the languages, but He chose Abraham and the struggle intensified.
• The 12 tribes were corrupted and the true worship apostatized and God was silent for 400 years.
• The Promised Seed was born and the babies were murdered.
• The Christ was tempted in person by the dragon slanderer and murderous liar, but Jesus was triumphant.
• His ministry was dogged with false accusations and death threats, but He did not look away.
• Gethsemane was like a second Garden of Eden. The snake dripped venom again and the Savior sweat blood. But, he didn't turn back.
And then, on Calvary's Hill, He died…at last did Satan, the murderer, win? Was the Promised Seed done, the covenant over?
No, Hallelujah He Arose. Death and the Devil were vanquished and God's redemption plan's price was paid! And the doubters could return to God by grace.
SATAN DOESN'T WANT YOU
TO LISTEN TO GOD'S WORD TODAY
Satan is in an all out attack to make you and me doubt, reject and become deafened to the voice of Jesus. We are not listening to the voice of Jesus when we think wrongly about God! Will you listen to that voice? Adam and Eve chose to ...
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