Law Enforcement Part 2 (5 of 17) by Miles McPherson
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Series: The Royal
As we'll grow we'll see what we can do but hopefully ya all on the sides can see better. Can you all see better over there? Amen very good, 5 people, you know very good, very good, very good. So anyway ah we're blessed to have it. I want to give a shout out who designed it and has worked every since last Sunday night after the last service up until last night installing. His name is Mark Bennett and his team. Give Mark Bennett a big hand. Amen!
Let's see your bibles, let's see your bibles today. Say word. Very good let's see your pens, lesson plan.
Let's turn to the book of Hosea. It's a little past the middle of the bible. It's in the Old Testament. A minor prophets, Hosea 1, Hosea 1, Hosea 1.
And as you turn there if you are single say amen. Some of you all are happy to be single. If you're married say amen. Some of you all are happy to be married. If you're excited to be married say amen. I am not going to say if you're, if you're not happy to be married say amen. So ah I'll leave the one alone.
I want to read a vow to you cuz I got married at 26 years and 8 days ago. Amen! And I want to, I want to read a vow to you cuz all you all who are married, matter of fact raise your hand now if you found Hosea. Raise your hand if you're married. Ok very good, very good, ok. Ah here's the vows that we all read and by the way if you're not married here's what you have to look forward to.
I Miles take you Debbie to be my wedded wife, to have and to hold, from this day forward. This is, this is a proposal position. This is I'm sorry position. So I'll, I'll do this to have and to hold from this day forward, for better for worse, for richer for poorer, in sickness and in health till death to us part. According to God's holy ordinance I pledge you my love.
That's the vow we take when we get married. Sometimes we break that vow. I want you to watch this ...
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