Where Are We? (1 of 3) by Fred Lowery
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Series: National Revival
Dr. Fred Lowery
Romans 1:21-22, 26-27, 29-32; Psalm 33:12; Proverbs 14:34; Psalm 146:3-4
Alright! Thank you for coming this morning and I'm going to do something a little different - I'm gonna - I've got my watch, I'm taking it off - I probably won't look at it - because I have more to say to you than I have to - to say it. I promise you that it will not be longer than a football game. Fair enough? Because we are in 40 Days of Prayer and we're praying for personal revival, for church revival and for national revival and today we're gonna talk about national revival and as an American citizen, as a father, as a grandfather, as a - as your pastor, I think it's important that - that I raise a warning flag - that I sound an alarm - that I help you understand where I think we are - I may be preaching to the choir - you may understand exactly where we are. I wanna answer 3 critical questions the next 3 weeks - "Where Are We?", "How Did We Get Here?", "How Do We Turn Back?"
You don't wanna miss next Sunday because it's so important to understand how we got where we are because we'll never change and we'll never - unless we understand exactly what got us here. So, be here next Sunday. But America as I see it is a train going doing down the railroad track at 90 miles an hour and there is a cliff ahead of us. Now, here's the deal - no matter who gets president, the next president cannot turn this train around. This election may determine whether or not we go over the cliff or we're able to slow the train down to give us time so that we can begin the long, hard, difficult process of turning America around. In my opinion, this is the most critical election in our lifetime. We must vote!! We must go from the prayer closet to the ballot box. And we must vote for person that we think understands and believes our founding principles. We must vote for the person that we believe will most likely listen to God and His principl ...
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