by Adrian Rogers

Unsinkable Faith
Adrian Rogers
Hebrews 11:7

Hebrews, Chapter 11. We're continuing our message today on the subject of faith. We've been talking about God's Hall of Fame. Already, we've talked about Abel how he was in God's Hall of Fame, and we've talked about Enoch who was in God's hall of Fame Now today, we're going to be talking about Noah in God's Hall of Fame, the message that we're going to call ''Unsinkable Faith.'' We're going to study one verse today, Hebrews, Chapter 11 and Verse 7. The Bible says concerning this man Noah, and ''by faith Noah, being warned of God of things not seen as yet, moved with fear, prepared an ark to the saving of his house; by the which he condemned the world, and became heir of the righteousness which is by faith.''

I read an historical account this week of the sinking of the Titanic, and I was amazed as I read that ac- count over again of the story that was unfolded there before me. You know, the Titanic, this great ocean liner that set sail in 1912, was said to have been un- sinkable, and that's about the only thing it ever really did was sink. And I was, uh, just, just wrapped up in the story. Here was this monstrous floating palace, and it was -- it had everything on board. It was filled with lavish splendor. There were ballrooms and theatres and beauty salons and tennis courts and sauna baths and all of these things. And I believe that the sinking of the Titanic is a great object lesson for our age. Three things that I discerned in reading this story. First of all, the Titanic was marked by confidence. How confident they were! As a matter of fact, they said because of the watertiqht compartments on the Titanic, that it was unsinkable. If one compartment would leak, then another would keep it up. If that would leak, there would be another. And if that would leak, there would be another. It was just unsinkable. So they said to anyone who had any fear of water, ''Come on. She cannot sink.''

As a matter of fact, Bru ...

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