by Robert Walker

Eagle Christians
Robert Walker
Isaiah 40:31

Anybody that tells you the Bible is a dull book evidently is a person that has never read it. Friend it has got more colours than the rainbow and more treasures than the vaults of the Vatican.
The message of the Word of God is simple enough to capture the imagination of a little child and yet it is profound enough to challenge the mind of a mature Christian.
Our scripture tonight is a blessing from the birds and gives us faith from the fowls of the air. I want us to look at the eagle for our lesson tonight. I understand that the highest award in the boy scouts is to become an eagle scout. Only a few make it. One day when the final rewards are given out some of us are going to step up and receive heaven's highest distinction and we will become eagle Christians and obtain an over comer's crown and a special place in the kingdom of God.
Where has the time gone let's try to learn as much as we can in the time we have left about the eagle.
Now the Bible tells us to begin with how an eagle gets off the ground. Now that sounds like an important thing to learn.
Turn to Duet. 32:11-- As an eagle stirreth up her nest, fluttered over her young-- spread its broad her wings took them bearing them on her wings and that is exactly what Moses says the Lord did to Israel.
Now what you need to write out from that verse in your Bible-- this is the flight training Manue for student eagles and immature Christians. How does an immature Christian become a mature christian? The answer reads like this exactly the same way that tiny squawking eagle becomes a fully mature eagle and takes it place where God designed it to be in the sky.
Now come with me in imagination and let see if I can picture it for you, There is a remote cliff high in a mountain range somewhere up among the rocks almost in the clouds is a strong built nest.
It is build with branches and twigs and lined with fur that the mother eagle has gotten from the prey th ...

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