by Dr. Ed Young

#877 September 22, 1991 A. M.
(Transcribed from tape)
Hebrews 2:5-10
I want everyone, if you would, to take this little card. You'll see it in the pews. It's to my
right and to your left and give everyone one of these. I ask Mr. Moore if that yellow or orange
and he said it's somewhere in between. Is there a color? Do we have an artist in the house?
What color is this? Gold. No wonder I didn't recognize it. I hope you'll just put it in your
Bible; hold it to one side; I want everyone to get one. Do you have them in the balcony, top
balcony? Do ya'll have plenty up there? In the roost? Okay. Good, good. Middle balcony,
ya'll have them up there? We may have a "wave" here this morning before we get through
these, I'll tell you. So just put them to one side and we'll use them at the appropriate time.
If you have your Bibles, open to the Book of Hebrews. We're in deep water here as we're
studying Hebrews. If you've missed the first three sessions of Hebrews on Sunday mornings,
I'd suggest you get a tape so you can keep up. I think it's going to be one of the great studies
that we have undertaken here in God's Word. You have to think. I think we need to
remember that. This is a "thinking" book that's really going to put stress on a lot of people,
but it's that kind of study that we're involved in.
I think we have too much bass, somehow, Buddy, I feel like I'm, I've got a terrible cold and
I don't think I do, but sometimes "mikes" can do that to you.
Let's bow for prayer together.
"Our Heavenly Father, we thank you for this, your day, for the privilege of
being here to worship. For the truth in your Book that we need so desperately
to speak a clear word to us in this hour. Lord, I pray that You would speak and
let me get out of the way so that Thy Word and Thy Truth alone might be heard,
received, understood and may we put it into practice. For we make this prayer
through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen."
Imagine, for a moment, ...

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