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Coaching from the Clouds - God Will Provide (4 of 9)
Series: The Most of My Life
This week is the Super Bowl, right? And so it doesn't kind of matter if you're rooting for Oakland, although that's a pretty fun team, or the Tampa Bay which, you know, you might like them. But one of the things that you kind of - yeah, it's Florida, how can you root for Florida? The - one of the things that is overwhelming is if you follow the two teams, the coach of the Raiders last year was Gruden, and now he's the coach of Tampa Bay. And you got to be impressed with somebody who can prepare a team to get to the Super Bowl and then, you know, for - okay, you got the point.
And here is the idea. We're talking about Coaching from the Clouds. And we're learning from different coaches in the Bible that God's given to us to teach us powerful lessons because God knew that we would need people that could give us insight and help in learning the things that we need to learn. On your outlines, look at what it says at the top, Hebrews 12, it says, ''Therefore, since we are surrounded by such a huge cloud of witnesses to the life of faith'' and what that is, is in Hebrews chapter 11, God has identified all these wonderful stories of people who lived the life of faith. If you've got a Bible, turn to Hebrews chapter 11 and that's one chapter that your Bible should have all sorts of notes on it and write - that's a critical chapter in the Bible. It has been a favorite for Christians for years and years. And it will be a favorite of yours because it tells the stories of wonderfully human coaches that teach us how to connect with God.
Now the thing to remember is, these are - and I'm going to tell you one story about Abraham. And Abraham is wonderfully human. I mean, he is spectacular at doing it wrong at times, just like you and I are. But he teaches some lessons. And as I tell the story, you'll go, wow, that guy really messed it up there. And that should be an encouragem ...
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