by Robert Walker

How to Survive in a Strange World
Robert Walker
Psalm 19

Dear Abby recorded a powerful story. A young man from a wealthy family was about to graduate from high school. It was a custom in their affluent community for parents to give their graduating children a new car, and the boy and his dad had spent weeks visiting one dealership after another. The week before graduation they found the perfect car. They boy was certain it would be in the driveway on graduation night.

One the eve of his graduation, however, his father handed him a small package wrapped in colorful paper. The Father said the package contained the most valuable gift the Father could think of. It was a Bible! The boy was so angry he threw the Bible down and stormed out of the house. He and his father never saw each other again.

Several years later the news of the father's death finally brought the son home again. Following the funeral, he sat alone one evening, going through his father's possessions that he was to inherit when he came across the Bible his dad had given him.

Overwhelmed by grief, he brushed away the dust and cracked it open for the first time. When he did, a cashier's check dated the day of his high school graduation fell into his lap --in the exact amount of the car they had chosen together. The gift had been there all along but he had turned away.

The most valuable gift the Father has given us is the word of God. The only way we can learn to live with all of the pressure, problems, and perplexities of life is to learn how to live in the word of God. We are to preach the word.

1) Dr. Robert G. Lee in his sermon ''A Charge to Keep says the word is

Wonderful in its inspiration. Wonderful in its unification. Wonderful in its translation. Wonderful in its preservation. Wonderful in its salvation. Wonderful in its sanctification. Wonderful in its consummation.

It attracts the simple minds and confounds the deepest thinkers. It is always up-to-date and meets ...

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