The Rise of Antichrist (7 of 9) by Jeff Schreve
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Series: Future Shock - What in the World Is Going On?
Lord, it's such a privilege to be able to trust in You. We thank You, Lord that You're not a God who's far off, but a God who's near and a God who has told us, ''I will never leave you, and I will never forsake you.'' Lord, I want to pray a special prayer for people who are going through a dark valley today, and I thank You for Your promise, even though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I fear no evil, for You are with me. And Your rod and Your staff, they comfort me. Lord, we thank You for the gift of the Holy Spirit. We thank You for the comfort that You bring. Lord, we thank You for Your Word that is living and active and sharper than any two-edged sword. And we pray now, God, as we open Your Word and we study it, that You would teach us, that You would speak to our hearts, that You would remind us again that You are the faithful God that we can trust no matter what is going on, for we pray all this in the name of Jesus. Amen.
A man and his wife were driving from Florida to Houston to visit family. And they were just going, just the two of them, and they were a little older. And she had a problem in that she was kind of hard of hearing. But she wanted to know everything that was going on, so she had to ask questions a lot because she didn't catch all the talk back and forth. Well, they set out. And they get about half way there and they have to stop to get gas. And they pulled into this nice station. It was a full service station. You guys remember we had that? We don't have that anymore. But it was full service. And so the attendant comes out, and he goes to the driver's side to the man driving the car, the husband there, and he said, ''What'll it be?'' And he said, ''Fill her up.'' And he said, ''What do you want me to give you?'' He said, ''Unleaded or Regular or Premium?'' And the man said, ''Premium.'' And the wife w ...
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