by Adrian Rogers

Guide To The Great Unknown
Adrian Rogers
Joshua 3:1-5

I want you to take God's precious Word and turn with me please to Joshua and if you failed to bring a Bible with you, look there n the pew rack before you. Most likely there is one there. And find the book of Joshua, relatively near the front of the Old Testament. Chapter 3. Now we're facing a brand new year. And we don't know what that year is going to bring. And so the title of the message is Your Guide to the Great Unknown. Now listen and see what this Scripture has to say. And Joshua arose early in the morning, and they removed from Shittim and came to the Jordan, he and all the children of Israel and lodged there before they passed over. That is, before they went into the land of Canaan. And it came to pass after three days that the officers went through the hosts, and they commanded the people saying, When ye see the ark of the covenant of the Lord your God and the priests, the Levites bearing it, then shall ye remove from your place and go after it. Now, in my Bible, those three words are underlined, go after it. That's a key. And I want you to underline it in yours if you don't mind underlining. And then verse 4, and there shall be a space between you and it about 2,000 cubits by measure. Friend, that's about a half a mile. Come not near unto it, that ye may know the way which ye must go. Now, they didn't know which way to go. And so, here's what uh Joshua said, Put the ark out there. Put it far enough out that everyone can see it. When it moves, you go with it, because you don't know which way to go. And he explains that further, For you have not passed this way heretofor. Now, we can certainly say that about this year. It's a brand new ear, and we don't know what this year's going to bring. We've now passed this way heretofor. And Joshua said unto the people, Sanctify yourselves for tomorrow the Lord will do wonders among you. My dear friends, I want him to do wonders for you this coming year. ...

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