by Fred Lowery

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What's the Worse That Could Happen (4 of 4)
Dr. Fred Lowery
John 5:1-15; Matthew 7:13-14; Isaiah 35:3-6; Luke 18:9

We are finishing the series on "What's the Worst Thing that Could Happen to Us?" and hearing that very question, "What's the worst thing that could happen" our minds immediately go where? To the physical and we start thinking about what terrible thing could happen to me and to my family - cancer, a wreck, an airplane crash, a tornado, an earthquake, a nuclear bomb - what is the worst thing that could happen? But see our minds should go to the spiritual. When you think about the worst thing that could happen our minds should go immediately to the spiritual because this body that we have - this earth suit that we have is just temporary. I mean, our whole life time is just a blimp on the screen of eternity. We're not physical beings on a spiritual journey. We are spiritual beings on a physical journey. We have a physical body that's just temporary but see we get confused and we think, what's the worst thing that could happen to this body? No. No. No. What's the worst the worst thing that could happen to our soul - to our spiritual bodies? We talked about what's the worst thing that could happen to lost people is they count on things that don't count and in our part of the country it's religion because we live in the Bible belt - maybe the buckle of the Bible belt - everybody around us has got religion. I mean they - almost everybody is a member of some church and they think because they are a member of a church, they're OK. In fact, you think about this - when somebody dies, no matter how they lived - I mean they could live ungodly but at the funeral everybody talks about how wonderful this person is and they talk about this person in Heaven. Even about what - they speculate on what the person is probably doing right now in Heaven. The media does - even the media does that with famous people who've loved totally ungodly lives and yet they die and th ...

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