by Ernest Easley

Health Care Inform
Dr. Ernest L. Easley
Exodus 25; Exodus 40; 1 Corinthians 3.16
March 21, 2010

As you are turning to Exodus 25 … let me remind you that every Sunday on our campus .. we have multiple worship gatherings. As we enjoy a blended worship in here .. our younger children are down stairs experiencing worship designed for them.
Upstairs we have a Brazilian Worship gathering and we look forward to Easter Sunday with the arrival of their new pastor Fabio Cano. And then over in the G building we have a contemporary worship gathering that's all together different.
Roswell Street Baptist Church today has multiple services … multiple styles .. multiple speakers that all Exalt the Savior, Equip the Saints and Evangelize the Sinner.
In this day of technology .. we can now simulcast from the worship center over to the G building and today is one of those days. So let me say a word of welcome to those of you worshipping in the G building. I am glad to be speaking to you as well as to those of us in the worship center today at the same time!
Today in Washington .. the House members are taking a vote on Health Care Reform. And even after the vote .. there will still be a lot of unanswered questions: will Health Care Reform raise our taxes? Will HCR put our company out of business? Will HCR impact Medicare?
Well .. there is another vote taking place today in THIS HOUSE! It's a vote for or against … not Health Care Reform .. but Health Care Inform. What I want to talk to you about today and what we're going to do this afternoon on this campus can:
*save you money in medical expenses
*restore your health
*give you more energy
*extend your life and
*improve your self esteem.
Perhaps more important to you today than Health Care Reform is Health Care Inform. So what does God have to say to us about Health Care? Well … let's begin in the Old Testament book of Exodus chapter 25.
Having set the children of Israel free from bondage ...

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