by Jeff Schreve

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On The Eve of Execution (3 of 6)
Series: I Shouldn't Be Alive
Pastor Jeff Schreve
Acts 12:1-24

Acts chapter 12 I want to share a message with you I've entitled "On the Eve of Execution". A teenage boy was going to church for the very first time with a friend of his. He'd never been to church before didn't know anything about the Lord and so he goes to church with his Christian friend. He comes back home and his dad says to him he says "Well son what did the preacher talk about?" He said "Well dad he talked about the Jews and the Egyptians and how the Egyptians were chasing the Jews and how the Jews got to the Red Sea. And the Egyptians were right behind them and then he said that the Jews quickly built a bridge and they went across the bridge and then as the Egyptians followed them on the bridge Moses blew up the bridge and the Egyptians all went into the Red Sea and drowned." And his dad said "Is that right? Did he tell you that?" He said "Well no not exactly but you would never believe what he said." (Laughter) God is a God of miracles! God is a God who can do the impossible there is nothing, the Bible says, too difficult for the Lord. Ah Lord God, Thou hast made the heavens and the earth by Thy great power and by your outstretched arm, nothing is too difficult for you. God loves to do miracles and we're in a series called "I Shouldn't is different people in the Bible who should have died. There is no way in the world they should have made it, Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego were thrown into the fiery furnace by King Nebuchadnezzar who was beyond mad, totally ballistic but they didn't die because the Lord was the 4th man in the fire, He delivered them from that. Jonah was going the wrong way fleeing from the presence of the Lord, they threw him overboard from that ship, he was in the ocean and God appointed a great fish to swallow Jonah. Jonah should have been dead but the Lord did a great miracle. And today we're going to look at Peter the apostle Peter tha ...

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