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Series: The Heavenly Vision - Seeing the Invisible
Dr. Stan Coffey
I.PERCEPTION OF THE VISION
II. PROVISION OF THE VISION
III. POWER OF THE VISION
IV. PERILS OF THE VISION
This morning for the message, I want you to turn to the book of Hebrews Chapter 11 and I want to begin reading in Verse 24 and for the next several weeks we want to speak on the subject of "The Heavenly Vision - Seeing the Invisible"
God laid this theme on my heart as I prayed about what the theme should be and what the Lord would say to us. God seemed to say to me we need to remember the vision that God has given us - The Heavenly Vision.
We need to come back to that vision, reaffirm that vision and hold that vision up. That's what I needed in my own heart and my own life. We've been through a great deal in a short time as a family.
God has moved us from one location where we served the Lord for many, many years to this new location, into a new building and new surroundings and we need to look at the vision that God has given us, where we are and where we going.
I'm going to be sharing this morning a word of personal testimony to you who are visitors this message will be a little bit different than most of my sermons. It will not just be an exposition of scripture as it normally is and a sermon but it will be my own heart, my own soul, what God is saying to me during this time. I do not do that often but I feel I want to do it this morning.
I want you to notice our text in Verse Hebrews 11;24, "BY FAITH MOSES, WHEN HE WAS COME TO YEARS, REFUSED TO BE CALLED THE SON OF PHARAOH'S DAUGHT, CHOOSING RATHER TO SUFFER AFFLICTION WITH THE PEOPLE OF GOD, THAN TO ENJOY THE PLEASURES OF SIN FOR A SEASON,
ESTEEMING THE REPORACH OF CHRIST GREATER RICHES THAN THE TREASURES IN EGYPT FOR HE HAD RESPECT UNTO THE RECOMPENCE OF THE REWARD. BY FAITH HE FORSOOK EGYPE, NOT FEARING THE WRATH OF THE KING, FOR HE END ...
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