Woman: Should They Be Ordained? (8 Of 52) by Stan Coffey
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Book of Revelation Series
Dr. Stan Coffey
Let's go to the Lord now in prayer as we prepare for our lesson. Our Father, we come to thank you and praise you for this class and for the joy of studying the Word of God. Father, we just are so blessed because of the greatness of your promises, your goodness to us. We have so many things for which we can be thankful, and we just praise you, Lord, for each one. Now Lord, we pray you'll open our hearts and our minds, give us wisdom and understanding. For we ask it in Jesus's dear name, amen.
Just before we begin in Revelation 2:18, I want to thank you for your prayers for me while I was away. It's always difficult for me to be away. I think that's the second Sunday morning I've been away this year, and I appreciate your prayers. I preached in California seven times in three days. I preached three times on Sunday, and we saw thirty professions of faith in the church there in one day. And they had prepared and prayed. And then I preached to the California Baptist Convention four times on Monday and Tuesday and was well received there. Somebody asked, "Why is it, Brother Stan, that people know you all across the country?" Well, it's because I've been around so long; that's what it is, you know. But the Lord has blessed me with opportunities to preach at conferences where preachers are, and many people have come to our church as a result of knowing about my ministry through their church in other states where I've preached. But I want to thank you for your prayers. I really felt your prayers; I really felt the physical strength and the spiritual strength that only comes from prayer, and I want to thank you for praying for me. Well, let's look at Revelation 2:18.
"And unto the angel of the church in Thyatira write; These things saith the Son of God, who hath his eyes like unto a flame of fire, and his feet are like fine brass; I know thy ...
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