by Jeff Schreve

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Until the Trumpet Sounds (7 of 7)
Series: Living in the Last Days
Pastor Jeff Schreve
Matthew 24:32-36

If you have your Bibles, please turn to Matthew chapter 24. For the last several weeks, we've been in this chapter learning about the last days. And today, we're going to finish up this series, "Twenty-four: Living in the Last Days," with a message I've entitled, "Until the Trumpet Sounds."

Now I think everyone knows that I love the Texas Longhorn. I'm a big Longhorn fan. We had a little scare last night. We had prayer time last night and somebody told me, "I hadn't seen any of the game." And they said, "Man, Texas is down, way down." So we stopped whatever we were doing and prayed right then for the Horns. Not really.

But, you know - I know that not everybody likes Texas, just like not everybody's going to go to heaven. But it's just true. But one of the things I like about the University of Texas is, win or lose. At the end of the game, all the Texas fans get together and the players and the coaches, and we all sing our fight song. We put our horns up and we sing our fight song, "The Eyes of Texas."

The eyes of Texas are upon you all the live-long day; The eyes of Texas are upon you, you cannot get away. Do not think you can escape them at night or early in the morn; The eyes of Texas are upon you till Gabriel blows his horn.

It's not really a prayer but when you think about it, it's godly fight song. What's the other fight song we've got? "Hulabaloo-kinick-kinick." Nobody even knows what it means. But till Gabriel blows his horn - that is a good close to a fight song because the Bible says that the angel is going to blow the trumpet before the Lord comes. Now I believe that is going to happen very, very soon. I believe that Gabriel is licking his lips. And did you know that every man of God, every woman of God that I hear teach or preach or speak about the Second Coming, they all have the same heart about it. They believe it's coming soon. Th ...

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