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The Lordship of Christ (2 of 2)
Series: The Lordship of Christ
Dr. Stan Coffey
I.THE RIGHT OF HIS LORDSHIP
II. THE REALM OF HIS LORDSHIP
Tonight I want to preach from Romans Chapter 14 and I want to speak tonight on the Lordship of Christ. This morning, I talked about the Lordship of Stewardship and in that same theme God has just put that on my heart about the Lordship of Jesus Christ.
A lot of exciting things are happening in our church. I'm not sure of all that's happening because there is so much going on that I really can't keep up with all of it but the Sunday school lessons that have to do with Thirty Days to Personal Revival, Larry Burkett lessons that are dealing with the lordship of Christ and examining every area of our life to evaluate whether or not we are under Christ's lordship.
I believe God is using those in a tremendous, tremendous way and it is just exciting to see what God is going to do and it's my heart's desire to see this place packed, filled to capacity every Sunday and on Sunday night to see a great number of folks here and to see God move in a mighty miraculous way that can only be explained in terms of the work of the Holy Spirit.
I know to do that we have to let Him lead, we have to let Him be in charge. There are many wonderful programs and many wonderful plans that we can employ and that we can launch and we can do but none of them will accomplish what God wants to do in our lives except that which the Holy Spirit is leading us to do.
Romans Chapter 14 there is a tremendous classic verse on the lordship of Jesus Christ. I want us to just begin in this passage. It is about the body of Christ and if you look at the very first verse it is talking about how the weak brother is to be helped by the stronger brother.
It is talking about how in the life of the body of Christ there are people who are at different levels in their spiritual growth and in the context of this he comes to say that the thing ...
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