by Dr. Ed Young

#909 February 23, 19g92 A. MV.
(Transcribed from actual tape)
Hebrews 10:19-25
In the name of the Lord, we open our Bibles to Hebrews Chapter Number 10. Our
scripture this morning begins with verse 19 and goes through verse 25 in our study
of this tremendous, tremendous book. Let's bow for prayer together.
"Father, we come before Thee in the name of Jesus Christ with
confidence and assurance that Thou art here tabernacling among us
during this time of worship. Lord, You speak; let me get out of the
way so that Thy Word and Thy Truth might be heard; it might be
received; it might be understood and Father, may we put it into practice
right where we live for we make this our prayer through Jesus Christ
our Lord. Amen."
Do you know how to tell if you are really a very, very important person? Do you
think you'd be an important person if you were invited to meet with the President
of the United States in the Oval Office and he said I want you come and spend an
hour or so with me so we could talk? And if you and the president alone were
seated in the Oval Office, do you think that would make you a V.I.P.? I don't think
Well, what if you were invited to meet with the President in the Oval Office and the
two of you were in there talking privately and his secretary came in and said, "Prime
Minister John Major from Great Britain is outside waiting for you, Mr. President, and
he wants to see you as soon as possible" and the President would say, "Tell the
Prime Minister to wait - I'm in here talking with my friend." Do you think that would
make you, if you were that friend, a very important person? I don't think so.
But, if you were in the President's Oval Office and visiting with him privately and the
red telephone would ring and he'd pick up the phone and then he'd say, "It's for
you." (Laughter) That's when you know you're a very important person! (Laughter)
How do you get in the Oval Office? The President has to invite you. He h ...

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