by Jeff Schreve

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It Isn't Hot in the Furnace (1 of 6)
Series: I Shouldn't Be Alive
Pastor Jeff Schreve
Daniel 3:1-30

Well if you have your Bible please turn to Daniel chapter 3, Daniel chapter 3, we're going to look at this subject, It Isn't Hot in the Furnace. Now in October of 2005 a new show hit the airwaves on the Discovery Channel it was a show that told the real story, it was a re-enactment show but it told the true life story of ordinary people who were put in extraordinary situations and circumstances. They were stranded in the sea they were lost in the Amazon they were shipped wrecked on some island they were lost in the desert, situations where as they would say themselves, "I shouldn't be alive." Yet God took a situation that was hopeless and the Lord brought them through. Now they don't give credit to the Lord but obviously God brought them through because they shouldn't have been alive.

Now has anybody ever seen that show "I Shouldn't Be Alive"? It's a great show if you haven't ever seen it, they don't make it anymore, but you can go to YouTube and watch episodes. I was kind of clicking around yesterday in YouTube, ended up watching a whole program about this couple that was lost in the Amazon it is such a cool show. And I remember watching it about 6 or 8 months ago and I was just flipping around and I saw it and I said "Wow, that would be a great sermon series" because the Bible is filled intervened but God delivered. Now it doesn't take long as you read the Bible to think of the story, when you think of I shouldn't be alive, you think of three Hebrew boys, Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego, who were thrown in the fiery furnace and if anybody shouldn't be alive, they shouldn't be alive but God intervened in their lives, Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego. Now those are interesting names, I didn't grow up in a home where we ever talked about the Book of Daniel I didn't grow up in a home where we talked about Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego. As a matter of fact I ha ...

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