by Dr. Ed Young

(Transcribed from actual tape) June 5, 1983 AM

I Corinthians 1:30

I hope you already have your Bibles open to the book of I Corinthians, I Corinthians
the first chapter, reading Verse 30 and Verse 31. I Corinthians 1:30 and 31.

But by his doing you are in Christ Jesus who became to us
wisdom from God, and righteousness, and sanctification, and
redemption that just as it is written, Let him who boasts
boast in the Lord.
Let's pray together. "Father, we're thankful to Thee for the joy and the privi-
lege of being in Thy house. You have met with us so many times in this place of
worship. We have felt Your touch. We have experienced Your forgiveness. We have
been reclaimed by Thyself through worship. And now, Oh, Lord, we come to do busi-
ness with Thee. Thrust out of our minds all conflicting thoughts. May we center
our attention solely upon Thee and upon Thy Son Jesus Christ. Lord, You speak.
Let me get out of the way so that Thy word and Thy holy and divine message might
not only be heard, but may it be received and understood and incorporated into our
lifest-,vies-, Fathp-r,. may we never be the same because You have touched us super-
naturally in this hour. We pray trusting, leaning, believing in the strong name
of Jesus Christ. Amen."

All of us know something about running away from God. We've been there. Wanting
to live out our own lives; wanting to do our own thing; wanting to call my own

shots. Therefore, we just get up and we run. But the beautiful thing about God

the Father is that He does not just let us run away and go our own way. He runs

after us. That's the Hound of Heaven. And He runs after us as long as we continue

to run, but the minute we stop and turn He does not consu ...

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