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Series: It's All About Jesus
Pastor Jeff Schreve
Lord, You have all power and all authority and nothing is too difficult for You. We thank You, Lord; that every problem we face in life is nothing for You. You're able to do all things. Lord, we just worship You right now. It's all about Jesus. We thank You for the privilege of being able to come into Your presence and call upon Your name. Lord, we lift our problems up to You and we cast our cares and our burdens upon you because You've told us to do that. And You've told us that You care for us. The God who can do anything cares for us. And, Lord, the very hairs of our head are numbered. You know everything about us. You're intimately acquainted with all our ways. Lord, we just praise You, and we bless You. And, God, we want to hear from You as we study Your Word. We pray that our hearts would be open, that the Word would penetrate and it wouldn't land on the road or on the rocks; it would land on good soil. That we'd hear what You say, that we would do what You say. And, God, speak so strongly to people who are lost and don't know it. And help those of us who know You, Lord, to grow in our relationship with You as a result of this service, as a result of this sermon. We give You all the praise. In Jesus' name, amen.
Recently, the college students went back to school. And I remember when I was in college and I would start a new semester. And, you know, that first day in class you would get a syllabus. And in the syllabus you would always look to see, okay, how many books and what do we have in terms of the requirements for this course and do I have a final? How many tests? How many papers? Those kinds of things and, you know, when you get out of school you quit thinking about tests. But kids who are in school, and students in school, they think a lot about tests because everything in school is about tests. And, you know, there are different ...
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