The Road To Glory (18 of 49) by Jerry Watts
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Series: Romans- God's Glorious Gospel
• We are approaching the time for the next Olympic Games. In this setting we get to witness to most talented, gifted, and disciplined athletes in the world. They have worked, trained, sacrificed, and given their all to reach their goal. Without a doubt it is the goal of every participant is to win the gold medal. Yes, if they take the silver or bronze they will experience some personal satisfaction, but make no mistake they came to WIN!! They have spent their lives "going for the gold" and bringing "Glory" to their country and countrymen. For every Olympic athlete there are several steps or points along the way. First, they begin by a rigid training program. Next, they must try out for and MAKE the team. Then, they must FINISH the event. Then if successful, they win the race and are awarded the medal.
• This morning, I definitely want to challenge us to "Go for the Gold" by getting on the "Road to Glory. " Turn with me to Romans 5 and let's continue our study of Romans. We'll read verses 18-21. Be reminded of a couple of things; 1) Jesus tells us that there is only ONE WAY to God, 2) The Apostle Paul uses every illustration he can think of to point us to that ONE WAY, 3) We can only be free of this world's pull and discover God when we face the truth, and finally 4) Your eternal existence is in the balance. Let's Read.
• In 1961 Donald Lee Haskins was hired as the Head Basketball coach at Texas Western College (today UTEP). The team was poor and recruit-ment was hard. Wanting and needing to turn the program around, he did something that no one was doing at that time. He went after the best Afro-American ballplayers in America. In 1966, TWC met Adolph Rupp and the University of Kentucky for the National Championship and won. The big news was; Coach Haskins started 5 black boys in a National Championship. Today, a movie has been made which chroni ...
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