by Jerry Vines

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Titus 2:11-13
Jerry Vines
1999 Pastors’ Conference

SP, #4
I have been sharing with our people on Sunday mornings some messages here at
the beginning of the year which I am calling, Your New Millennium Survival Pac, and
I’m trying to share with our people how in the year 1999 they can survive. Not only
survive, but they can also thrive and live victorious Christian lives awaiting the return of
the Lord Jesus Christ. Whether it be in 1999 or whenever it may be—how to survive and
to thrive until our blessed Lord returns.
In Titus 2:11-13 we read these words, For the grace of God that bringeth
salvation hath appeared to all men, Teaching us that, denying ungodliness and worldly
lusts, we should live soberly, righteously, and godly, in this present world; Looking for
that blessed hope, and the glorious appearing of the great God and our Savior Jesus
June 2, 1996, 3:03 p.m. Captain Scott O’Grady is flying a mission over Bosnia
and about that time a surface to air missile hits his plane and shears it in two. He finds
himself grabbing for the ejection rod. He pulls that and is ejected from the plane and
momentarily he is going down in his parachute over the hostile territory of Bosnia. He
quickly goes over in his mind his training as a pilot. He goes over his search and rescue
procedures. He remembers also that he has a survival kit. He has some water, some
camouflage netting, some flares, and a medical kit. Of course, most of all he has his
radio. In a moment he is on the ground. He holds in and makes his evasion shelter. He
begins trying to make contact with his radio. First of all he contacts the global
positioning system and gives them the coordinance of his location. Then, he begins to
call—seeking for someone who will bring him a rescue.
“Anyone, Basher 52. Anyone, Basher 52.” No answer. What he doesn’t know is
that very soon our United Forces will be gathering ...

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