by Ernest Easley

Our Greatest Privilege
Dr. Ernest L. Easley
Acts 5:19-20
April 2, 2006

As we move closer to our Easter Weekend Celebration ... turn with me to Acts 5. In just twelve days ... we're going to gather here on Good Friday ... with a friend or family member sitting with us .. to experience an incredible night of worship!

Our choir and orchestra are going to usher us into the presence of God and remind us of the price that was paid so that we might have abundant and eternal life. And in preparation for that exciting weekend ... we spent last Sunday night in 35 homes praying for revival .. for a renewal in evangelism .. for a readiness of the lost to receive salvation.

We have once again established Lighthouses of Prayer throughout our community in Praying .. Caring and Sharing with neighbors and friends. And then to invite them to "come sit with us" during one of the three Easter worship gatherings.

There were over 40 students with Roger Brooks and Terry Earwood who works with Campus Crusade for Christ that distributed some 500 bags throughout our community with information about our ministries and inviting people to come celebrate Easter with us.

In addition ... we're mailing out several thousand invitations within a mile or two radius of our church inviting people to one of our three Easter services. And do you know why we're going to all the trouble and expense? Did you know that there is something that you are privileged to do that the angels cannot do? Folks .. yes angels are real but they are also restricted.

There is something that you can do that no angel can do! It is in my estimation Our Greatest Privilege and we read about it in Acts 5.
Our Greatest Privilege
Acts 5.19-20

"But at night an angel of the Lord opened the prison doors and brought them out and said, ‘Go, stand in the temple and speak to the people all the words of this life."

The apostles were in prison and an angel came and released them. And look again at ...

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