by Adrian Rogers

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Sin Cannot Win and Faith Cannot Fail (2 of 6)
Series: Bring Back the Glory
Adrian Rogers
Judges 4:1-3

Be finding in the book of Judges, Judges chapter 4, and when you've found it look up here. I want every boy and girl, every man and woman within the sound of my voice to learn one thing -- if you learn nothing else, here it is, listen to it. Sin can't win and faith can't fail. Did that get in? I pray God it will because that is the burden and the title of this message, Sin Can't Win and Faith Cannot Fail. Judges 4 verse 1, ''And the children of Israel again did evil in the sight of the Lord, when Ehud was dead. And the Lord sold them into the hand of Jabin king of Canaan that reigned in Hazor; the captain of whose host was Sisera, which dwelt in Harosheth of the Gentiles. And the children of Israel cried unto the Lord: for he,'' that is, the king of Canaan, ''had nine hundred chariots of iron; and twenty years he mightily oppressed the children of Israel.'' It seemed that the children of Israel could never learn and they went through a cycle of rebellion, and then there was retribution, and then there was repentance, and then there was restoration, and then one more time back into rebellion.

I heard of a little boy in school, he opened his lunch pail, unwrapped the first sandwich and he said to his little friend, Would you look at that? Peanut butter sandwiches. Peanut butter again. He ate his sandwich. The next day he eagerly unwrapped his sandwich. He told his little friend, Look, peanut butter again. But he ate it. The third day he said to his little friend, Would you look at that? Three days in a row, peanut butter sandwiches. His little friend said to him, Why don't you tell you mother to stop making those old peanut butter sandwiches? He said, Now don't talk about my mother that way, I make these sandwiches myself. And that's exactly what Israel was doing. Making their own sandwiches and then complaining about it. What they were doing was simply ea ...

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