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Prepare To Celebrate (10 of 10)
Series: 40 DAYS TO CHANGE YOUR LIFE
November 20, 2002
Alright, well I'm looking forward to Sunday's Celebration Sunday. Rick keeps saying, Rick Warren at Saddleback keeps sending us emails and saying that each Sunday is the most important Sunday, but Celebration Sunday is an important Sunday. It's our last Sunday of the campaign, but hopefully not the last Sunday of the results of the campaign. Hopefully the revival is only beginning. Amen? I don't know if you've noticed, probably not, but I preached a series of messages back in the summer on revival on 2 Chronicles 7:14. You may remember that. Then we went right out of that series of messages on revival - we stopped in August, and went right into the series of sermons getting ready for the 40 Days of Purpose, then right into the 40 Days of Purpose. So God has really prepared us, I think, during those revival sermons for what He was going to do during those 40 Days of Purpose. The Lord has just led us all the way.
We've got a lot of sheets that people have handed us on these testimonies. They're just really, really great. People have been gracious enough to share what God has been doing in their lives. It's still not too late for you to do that. If you want to share your story, even if we don't have time to read it in the service, we'd like to have it just to encourage my heart and just to share it with my staff. If you haven't handed that in and you want to write something you can hand it in on a sheet of paper. It doesn't have to be one of these sheets. I just want to share one or two of these with you tonight. There are just so many of these that I don't know where to start. Here's one from one of the young men that was touched. He said he was a drug addict and one day he overdosed. He spent several days in ICU. He asked Jesus, in the hospital, to take full control of his life. He says the Lord became real for him and during this ...
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