Saying Goodbye to the Pit (4 of 5) by Jeff Schreve
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Series: Miracles! Then and Now
Pastor Jeff Schreve
Let's pray to the Lord right now, Lord we thank You for Your precious blood and Lord we want to always be faithful to preach the death and the burial and the resurrection of Jesus Christ. We don't want to be ashamed of You. Lord, Your Word says that ''They overcame the devil by the blood of the Lamb and by the word of their testimony and they loved not their lives unto the death.'' Father, speak to our hearts today through Your Word. Holy Spirit of God; prepare our hearts so that we would receive from You. And God I pray that no one would be distracted today that Lord, no one would let the devil get the victory in their lives today that we would obey You and right now Lord that we would be saying to You ''Spirit of the living God, you have the green light in me, whatever You tell me to do I will do it.'' Speak Lord for Your servant is listening, in Jesus name, amen.
When I was a senior in college, I was in my last semester, I had senioritis so badly as you can imagine senior in college your last semester you're so excited because school is getting ready to be out finals are getting ready to be over forever. And I had one class left to take and it was a geology field class it didn't even start until all the other finals right after finals, we were like the only group I think that was meeting. And it was a two week geology field class. I didn't like geology. I had to take a lot of geology for my degree plan being a petroleum land management major but I didn't like geology. Well I couldn't wait for this class to be over this two week geology fieldtrip looking at rocks looking at fault lines and making maps and one day was as a thousand years. It was one of those kinds of classes. And finally, eventually, the two weeks was up, I took my final and I was done and I got to say goodbye to geology I got to say goodbye to tests and finals it was a wonderful feeli ...
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