by Jeff Schreve

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How Big is Your Daddy? (5 of 6)
Series: I Shouldn't Be Alive
Pastor Jeff Schreve
John 11:1-45

Three boys were talking one day and they were kind of bragging about dad. And you know how boys like to do that and they like to play the game "One-up-man ship"? Well one boy said to the other two he said "You know uh, my dad's a poet?" He said "He, he scribbles some words on a page calls it a poem and they give him a thousand dollars for that." The other little boy said that's nothing, he said "My dad's in the music business, he scribbles some words on a page, calls it a song and they give him two thousand dollars." The third little boy said "I got both of you all beat." He said "My dad's a preacher." He said "He scribbles some words on a piece of paper, calls it a sermon, and it takes ten guys to collect all the money." (Laughter) They're proud of their dad. Are you proud of your dad? You proud of your heavenly Dad your heavenly Father, are you proud of Him and what He has done and what He can do, His ability? Today we're going to be looking at the raising of Lazarus in a message I've entitled "How Big is Your Daddy?"

Now you know what I have found? I have found that so much of the time in my own life and I dare say in the lives of you who sit in this auditorium you who watch on television, what we have a tendency to do is when we have a problem come into our life, we see that is a difficulty that I have that you have, we just tend to do that. And, and life is filled with problems and some problems aren't all that big but doubtless there are people in the room today and you have a huge problem in your life. Maybe your huge problem is in your marriage or maybe your huge problem is the fact that you want to be married and there is no one on the horizon. Maybe your huge problem is the fact that your finances are just disastrous. Maybe your huge problem is your health maybe the doctor said "There is nothing else that we can do." Maybe your huge problem is your fut ...

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