Mending Broken Brothers (13 of 16) by Stan Coffey
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Series: Being Set Free: Galatians
Dr. Stan Coffey
II.APPROACH WITH THE RIGHT ATTITUDE
Tonight in Galatians 6 I just want to read one verse and then speak on this verse tonight. "BRETHREN, IF A MAN BE OVERTAKEN IN A FAULT, YE WHICH ARE SPIRITUAL, RESTORE SUCH A ONE IN THE SPIRIT OF MEEKNESS; CONSIDERING THYSELF, LEST THOU ALSO BE TEMPTED."
I read some time ago that on the coast of Florida off of several cities that treasure hunter diver have gone down into the depths of the ocean and there they have discovered some old Spanish ships that are filled with great treasures.
They have found all kinds of gold and silver coins, all kinds of valuable items that are buried beneath the depths of the sea and that have been there a long time. It is buried treasure that has not been utilized and has not really done anyone any good. So these divers have risked their lives and to a great extent gone after this buried treasure because they believe the pay back will be worth it to them.
I think tonight about buried treasure on the roll of our church. If I were to bring the church roll before you tonight, the computer printout, it would be a stack of sheets about this high. It would involve literally hundreds and hundreds of people.
Many of them are people who are no longer active to the Lord. At one time many of them, most of them, made a profession of faith in Christ in our church through our ministry, through our outreach.
Some of them were very active in the work of God, some of them were soul winners, some of them were Sunday school teachers, some of them were choir members. Many of them were mightily used to the Lord at one time.
But for one reason or another reason they have been lost in the depths of sin, they have been lost in the depths of uselessness of inactivity and no longer are they being used of God. They are not a part of the Sunday school, they are not a part ...
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