by Stan Coffey

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The Faithfulness Of God (10 of 12)
Series: Getting To Know God
Dr. Stan Coffey
Joshua 21:45

I.An Explanation Of The Faithfulness Of God
II.The Application Of God's Faithfulness

All right, well let's have prayer and then we will begin our study this morning.

Father, I want to come to you in the name of Jesus and ask for your guidance, ask for your direction. Help us Lord to empty our minds of all the cares of this world and all the thoughts of the week and help us Father to be open so you can allow the Holy Spirit just to speak to us today about this important topic. In Jesus' name we pray. Amen.

Well, we have today the lesson on the faithfulness of God and I am excited about this lesson, it is one of the most important lessons in our study. I want you to turn to Joshua 21:45. We are talking today about the faithfulness of God in the "Getting to Know God" series. We have about

two more lessons in this series and then we are going to be going into a prophecy series and if you noticed along with your outline today you received an outline of our new study and I hope that you will look at that and be thinking and praying about that because it is going to be an exciting

study. We are going to begin it actually on Easter Sunday morning but on April 4th we will preview it and we will introduce it and then the actual study will begin on April 11th, which is Easter. Be thinking of somebody you can bring. I hope you will plan to be in town and bring someone.

So today, we are talking about the faithfulness of God. Let me ask you a question. How much can you trust a person, any given individual? Do you know people you can actually trust? If you know people that you can trust with your life, that you can trust with your valuables that you can trust with the things that are precious and important to you, it is because you know that person and you know their character.

Trust is built on knowing someone intimately. And the reason we ne ...

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