by Brad Whitt

Sandals on the Shore: A Short Step to a Great Miracle
Brad Whitt
Joshua 3:7-4:24

INTRO: I want you to take your Bibles now this morning and I want you to be finding your place at Joshua chapter 3 if you would. Joshua chapter three, and you're going to have to forgive me if I get carried away, because I'm really excited about this morning's message, because this morning I'm going to be sharing with you and I'm going to be encouraging you and I'm going to be asking you, the members of Temple Baptist Church and our regular attendees, to become involved in one of the most important, and significant and life-changing processes in the history of this church.

You see, we are in the process of beginning a new building campaign that is going to impact the ministry of this church and the lives of our members, as well as this community, in a way that many have never dreamed possible. This is going to be time of excitement. This is going to be a time of encouragement, because this is going to be a time of expansion. And so, I want to talk to you this morning about, "Sandals On The Shore: A Short Step To A Great Miracle."

ILLUS: On July 20th, 1969 Neil Armstrong stepped off the lunar module and made one of the most famous and quoted statements of the 20th century. Who knows what he said? "One small step for man. One great step for mankind."

Temple Baptist Church, you listen to your pastor this morning. This morning, we stand on the very edge of a miracle. This morning we stand on the very edge of an exciting new ministry. And this morning we are going to be taking a gigantic step forward together as we follow the leading of the Lord Jesus Christ. Now, it's not going to be a simple journey. And it's not going to be a short journey. But I want you to know that it is going to be a significant journey. As somebody once said, "The longest journey begins with the first step," and that's what we're going to be doing together this morning. We're ...

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