by Dr. Ed Young

(Transcribed from actual tape) November 18, 1984 AM 9:4(


Exodus 4:18- 31

We should never get to the point as a church where we take great music for

granted, and we're certainly thankful to these who have worked and practiced

and have done so much to prepare our hearts for worship in this service

today. I'm delighted to see you here. Those who are sleeping this morn-

ing with the rain just splattering on the roof making those delightful

noises. I'm envious of 'em. But when I get here, I just thank God for the

privilege of worship and the privilege of this great new day. Are you not

grateful for that privilege? Let's pray together as we begin.

"Father, we thank You for our hearts and our lives being stirred with the

truth through music. Dear Lord, we bow humbly before Thee, asking that

You would speak and 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 lifestyles. Lord, may we never be the

same because You have tabernacled among us in this hour. For we pray in

the name of our living Lord, this same Jesus. Amen."

The fire faded from the burning bush. The Voice was quiet. And Moses saw

the browsing sheep and the splendor of the magnificent mountains, and he

must have rubbed his eyes and tried to shake himself like someone coming

out of a trance. Because, without any question, Moses had been addressed

by God. God's call ... God's touch was upon his life. He really didn't

know what to do, except to call the sheep. And like a good shepherd, a


good shepherd knows his sheep, and the sheep know him, and when the shepherd

calls, they follow, they come, He gathered his she ...

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