by Jeff Schreve

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A Call to Fall: America's Only Hope (3 of 3)
Series: Will God Bless America?
Pastor Jeff Schreve
2 Chronicles 7:13-15

If you have your Bible please turn to 2nd Chronicles Chapter 7. (2nd Chronicles Chapter 7) I've entitled my message today "A Call to Fall: America's Only Hope"

Old Fred was in the hospital and he wasn't doing well and the family was very, very concerned and he had tubes all down in him, although he was conscious, he couldn't speak because of all the tubes and so they call in the Pastor to pray. And the family's gathered around the hospital bed and the Pastor comes right to the side of the bed and he stands there looking over Fred. And then Fred begins to wave his arms violently and he's looking to write on something and the Pastor grabs a piece of paper and a pen. And Fred jots down a note and as he finishes and puts the last period he dies. And the workers come in, you know trying to revive him, they couldn't revive him. The Pastor took the note and didn't read it because he thought it was just inappropriate, took the note he put it in his pocket. And he left. Well then the family asked him to do the funeral of old Fred. And so the Pastor was doing the funeral and in the funeral while he was kind of winding it up, when he was winding it up, he remembered Hey this is the same jacket I had on when Fred died. He gave me a note and I never read it. And so he told the congregation, he said ah "You know Fred was such an inspiration such a great man, such a godly man, he even wrote a note." And he said "No one's ever read it before, I haven't read it, but he gave it to me right before he died." And he said "I'd like to read it to this group because it'd probably inspire us." And he pulls out the note and he opens it up and it says "Move you're standing on my oxygen tube!" Just a joke.

Now when it comes to America, the land of the free and the home of the brave, I believe as you look around, watch on the news; hear what's going on, that you wou ...

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