When The Cutting Edge Is Gone (6 of 6) by Stan Coffey
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Series: The Life of Miracles
Dr. Stan Coffey
2 Kings 6:1-7
I.THE AXE HEAD WAS LOANED
II. THE AXE HEAD WAS LOST
III. THE AXE HEAD WAS LOCATED
This morning if you have your Bible I want you to turn to Second Kings Chapter 6 and I want to preach today on the subject, "When the Cutting Edge is Gone" or "What the Church Needs Most and Misses Least." Second Kings Chapter 6.
I want to thank you for your prayers this week as I was in Texas City on the Gulf Coast preaching and God honored your prayers, I really appreciate the church praying Sunday night and Wednesday night, especially for the crusade down there and God just blessed; there were one hundred sixty decisions for Christ.
Ninety-five of them were first time professions of faith and the Lord gave us a real great week. Weather wise it only rained us out one night; that is something down in your country, isn't it Brother Sam? I'll tell you if it only rains one night in a week down there something is amiss.
That's revival. Amen. The only thing and I complained about it until one night we didn't have it and that is the wind got up every night and it about blew me off the platform but the one night that it didn't blow, I tell it was so hot I said, "Lord, I'm sorry I complained."
I reminded myself of Jonah, you know complaining to the Lord and then the gourd vine died. Do you remember that? Well, that's not what we're preaching about this morning. So let's look at 2 Kings Chapter 6 and Verse 1.
"AND THE SONS OF THE PROPHETS SAID UNTO ELISHA, BEHOLD NOW, THE PLACE WHERE WE DWELL WITH THEE IS TOO STRAIT FOR US." That is too small for us.
"LET US GO, WE PRAY THEE, UNTO JORDAN, AND TAKE THENCE EVERY MAN A BEAM, AND LET US MAKE A PLACE THERE, WHERE WE MAY DWELL AND HE ANSWERED, GO YE.
AND ONE SAID, BE CONTENT, I PRAY THEE, AND GO WITH THY SERVANTS AND HE ANSWERED, I WILL GO.
SO HE WENT WITH THEM. AND WHEN THEY CAME TO JORDAN, THE CUT DOWN WOOD. ...
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