by Jeff Schreve

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Series: The Shadow of the Almighty
Pastor Jeff Schreve
Romans 13:1-2

If you have your Bibles please turn to Romans chapter 13, Romans 13. We want to talk today about this subject actually this question Who's the Boss? Who's the Boss? I heard about a boss and he was having trouble with his staff and he wasn't feeling much respect. He was like Rodney Daingerfield, he wasn't getting any respect and he was upset about it. And he told his staff in staff meeting "Hey I am the Boss and you need to show me some respect because I am the boss!" Well the next day he got a sign and he put it on his door and the sign on the door said "I AM THE BOSS". It was just a reminder to his staff that he was the boss. Well he went to lunch and when he came back somebody had put a little note on his sign and it said "Your wife called she wants the sign back." Who's the Boss? We are in series on authority we have called this series The Shadow of The Almighty. Psalm 91:1 says "He who dwells in the shelter of the Most High will abide in the shadow of the Almighty." God wants us to learn to live life under His authority so that we can enjoy all the things that He has for us to enjoy. So we ask in our series Who's the Boss? Now that may seem like an easy question to answer but so many people get the answer to that question wrong. So many people don't really understand; who's the boss. They don't live their lives as if they understand; who's the boss and they have real trouble with authority because they don't know the answer to the question. They fail to see the answer to the question, who's the boss. You know we live in a nation where people like to make fun of authority. People like to kick and laugh at authority and bristle under authority. You turn on the television and the President is maligned on every station. All the sitcoms and shows, the Saturday night lives, they make the President, whoever the President is, out to be a buffoon and a bu ...

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