Laying up Treasures
Dr. Fred Lowery
Luke 11:27-28; I Timothy 6:17-19; Matthew 6:19-21; Luke 12:22-34; II Corinthians 8:1-5; John 3:16; 2 Corinthians 8:9; Luke 6:38; II Corinthians 9:6
November 16, 2009
I love that song don't you? I told you in one service about how that song came about. A group in Australia somewhere was singing, a Christian group, saw a sign they could sing at a bar and so they went in there and started singing. Sang for two hours, sang all the songs they knew and then started singing the songs over and in that process one of the singers just started singing this song and they all started joining in and they said it was just like God sent the song down from heaven. As the group began to sing this song, so you know those songs come around every now and then and you just know God did it. And God has anointed it and that is one of those songs. And I love that song, I love this church, I love what this church is involved in. Touching so many lives, impacting so many people in all walks of life. I love the fact that we are trying to be more missionary than we have ever been in our history as a church. You know my goal is for every active member to take a mission trip and it is so important that we not only care about the lost people closest to us but the ones furthest from us. The bible says go into the whole world with the gospel and when you take that mission trip you will come back a changed person and you will be a blessing to them but you will come back having been blessed yourself. You'll be talking about it the rest of your life so I encourage you the next opportunity you have sign up for the next mission trip or sign up to go feed the homeless or all the different things that we are involved in, in seeing lives changed. Celebrate Recovery, Monday night lives are being changed and people are getting freedom from addiction through the power of the living God. So God is just doing so many wonderful things. Today we are going to ...
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