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True Faith (3 of 8)
Series: It's All About Jesus
Pastor Jeff Schreve
Lord, we thank you for the cross. Lord, we thank you for being so amazing. Amazing love, how can it be, that Thou, my God, shouldest die for me? Lord, I thank you for the opportunity that we've had to sing your praises and to have an encounter with you through music. And we pray now, Lord, as we study Your Word together that you would speak in such mighty power. Thank You that it was by Your Word that everything came into being that has come into being just by the power of Your Word. Lord, we want to have a heart that's ready to receive from you and to do what you say. And we pray today against the enemy who comes to snatch away the Word that's sown, and we come against him in the name of Jesus and through the power of the shed blood. And, God we pray that every person that is spoken to today would respond to you and say yes to you. In Jesus' name, amen.
Many, many years ago there was a preacher that came on the scene. He was an interesting guy. He had an interesting message. He preached with great passion. He preached with great urgency and fervency. He preached to the people about coming judgment and how they desperately needed to turn to the Lord who would be their salvation. His message largely was mocked and ridiculed and ignored, but he kept preaching year after year after year, decade after decade after decade. His name was Noah.
God had told Noah that He was going to destroy the world with a flood. And Noah told the people that. And God told Noah that the way to miss out on the devastating effects of the flood and the judgment of the flood and the death of the flood was to build a boat. We call it the ark. And this huge ship was going to be the ark of safety. And God told Noah, "You tell the people that they can come on the ark. And when the rain comes, and when the floods come, they will not be swept away." And so Noah preached that mes ...
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