by Jeff Schreve

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Birth Pains - Part 2 (2 of 7)
Series: Living in the Last Days
Pastor Jeff Schreve
Matthew 24:3-14

The Lord is worthy. He's worthy to be praised. Let's pray together. Father thank You for Your presence here. Lord, thank You, You have said in Your Word, "And I, if I be lifted up from the earth, will draw all men to Myself." And, Lord, we pray Your Word today. And we pray that You would draw people today as we have lifted You up and exalted Your name and we have declared that You're worthy of all our lives, and all our praise and everything that we are - all our hearts. And, Lord, I pray that You would bless the preaching of Your Word; that Your hand would be upon me; that You would say everything that You want to say in this message through Your Word; that it would break hard hearts and that people would come to know You for the very first time and lives would be changed as we yield to You, the King of kings and Lord of lords. Thank You, Lord, for what You have shown us in Your Word. And thank You for how You want to change us and how You love us. We pray all this in the matchless name of Jesus, amen.

How many in here would describe yourself as a morning person? May I see your hand? You're a morning person. Okay. All right. How, how many would say, "That's not me. I'm not a morning person. I'm a night person." How many? A bunch of night owls. Have you noticed that when you get married, those of you who are married,typically you marry somebody that's opposite from you? It's just kind of the way it works.

When, I used to be a night owl, and I married my wife, and she was just a morning person. And she taught public school, and so she'd go to bed really early, like 9:00. She'd be getting ready for bed. Ten o'clock she'd be in bed. And so I would stay up late. Well, after a while that began to change, and I started to go to bed early and get up early. And I've shifted from a late-night person to an early-morning person. And I've shifted so much that it is rea ...

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