by Adrian Rogers

The Thief Called Unbelief
Adrian Rogers

Tonight we're continuing our series on the miracles of Elisha. And I want us please to turn to Second Kings, chapter seven. Now, I'm not giving these miracles necessarily in sequence uh, in our study, but uh, I believe before we're finished we will touch most of them. Second Kings chapter seven, and I want us to begin looking in verse eighteen, just to get the tone of the passage and then we're going to read a lot more scripture. But the title of our message tonight is THE THIEF CALLED UNBELIEF, the thief called unbelief. I'm reading here in Second Kings chapter seven, beginning in verse eighteen. "And it came to pass as the man of God had spoken to the king, uh, saying two measures of barley for a shekel, and a measure of fine flour for a shekel shall be tomorrow about this time in the gate of Samaria. And the Lord answered the man of God and said, now, behold, if the Lord should make windows in heaven, might such a thing be? And he said behold, thou shalt see it with thine eyes, but thou shalt not eat thereof. And so it fell out unto him, for the people trode upon him in the gate, and he died."

Now, do you know what success is? Success is just finding out what God is up to and getting in on it. Just finding out what direction God is going and joining him. You see, God always has a plan. God is never static. God is always moving. And God knows precisely what he's going to do. There's no panic in heaven. God's not walking back and forth in heaven ringing his hands and saying what a revolting development this is, what am I going to do now? No panic in heaven, only plans. And God has a plan to bless this world, and God is going to bless this world. And thousands and thousands and thousands are going to be in that blessing. And they're not enough demons in hell or out of hell to stop it. God has a plan and God's plan is going to be fulfilled. Now, the question is, are you going to be in that plan? Are you going t ...

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