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Moses: A Liberating Faith (9 of 10)
Series: Walking With The Giants
Hebrews 11:23-29; Genesis 2-14
INTRO: I want you to take God's Word now this morning and be finding your place at Hebrews chapter 11 again if you would. We are quickly coming to the conclusion of our series of sermons on the heroes and heroines, the mighty men and the wonderful women, that are listed for us here in what has been called "Heaven's Hall of Faith."
Now, if you were here last week, I know that you're as happy as I am to have the electricity back on this week. Lights are good, we like lights.
ILLUS: Of course, Vance Havner used to say, "You know the power has gone out in a church when they start pulling out the candles." (Think about that one for a minute.)
But anyway, if you weren't here last week, well, let's just say that you most likely missed the only opportunity that you're ever going to have for a short sermon around here. You know, I'd have still been preaching if there wasn't a lot of screaming and crying going on back in the nursery when the lights went out. I'll just say this, I didn't know that grown ladies could scream and cry that loud, but anyway, let me encourage you, if you are interested in getting a copy of last week's completed sermon, we're going to be re-recording it this week, and if you'll just mark down on the card that's provided on your bulletin that you'd like to have a copy, we'll make sure that you receive one free of charge. I know that several of you have mentioned that you'd be interested in that, and we just want you to know how to go about getting a copy of last week's message.
Now, this morning as we continue in our series if sermons through Hebrews chapter 11 that we've entitled, "Walking With The Giants," we're going to be making just a little bit of a transition in the outlook and attitude of our hero. Up to this point we've been looking at a bunch of idealists. We've been looking at folks who were loo ...
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