He Hath Done All Things Well (19 of 37) by Stan Coffey

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He Hath Done All Things Well (19 of 37)
Series: Then Came Jesus
Dr. Stan Coffey
Mark 7:31-37

I.THE CONDITION OF THE MAN
II. THE CURE OF THE MASTER
III. THECONFESSION OF THE MULTITUDE

If you have your Bible I want you to open please to Mark Chapter 7. We've been studying together the Book of Mark and following the footsteps of Jesus and observing the ministry of Jesus and walking with Him and as we do that our lives are enriched and changed. You can never follow Jesus and be the same. Amen?

He always changes, He always makes the difference in our life whenever we encounter the Lord Jesus. I pray once again this morning we will encounter Him. The title of the message is ''He Hath Done All Things Well'' and it comes from this passage.

Notice Verse 31 of Mark Chapter 7, ''AND AGAIN, DEPARTING FROM THE COASTS OF TYRE AND SIDON, HE CAME UNTO THE SEA OF GALILEE, THROUGH THE MIDST OF THE COASTS OF DECAPOLIS. AND THEY BRING UNTO HIM ONE THAT WAS DEAF, AND HAD AN IMPEDIMENT IN HIS SPEECH; AND THEY BESEECH HIM TO PUT HIS HAND UPON HIM.

AND HE TOOK HIM ASIDE FROM THE MULTITUDE, AND PUT HIS FINGERS INTO HIS EARS, AND HE SPIT, AND TOUCHED HIS TONGUE; AND LOOKING UP TO HEAVEN, HE SIGHED, AND SAITH UNTO HIM, EPHPHATHA, THAT IS, BE OPENED.

AND STRAIGHTWAY HIS EARS WERE OPENED, AND THE STRING OF HIS TONGUE WAS LOOSED, AND HE SPAKE PLAIN. AND HE CHARGED THEM THAT THEY SHOULD TELL NO MAN: BUT THE MORE HE CHARGED THEM, SO MUCH THE MORE A GREAT DEAL THEY PUBLISHED IT;

AND WERE BEYOND MEASURE ASTONISHED, SAYING, HE HATH DONE ALL THINGS WELL: HE MAKETH BOTH THE DEAF TO HEAR, AND THE DUMB TO SPEAK.''

Now this particular incident took place when Jesus took His disciples on their way back to Jerusalem from Galilee in what is known today as the southern part of Lebanon. Jesus went a great deal out of His way and I believe the reason He did so was to demonstrate that He was not only the Savior of the Jews but He was the Savior of all men.

So for about an eight ...


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