by Fred Lowery

This content is part of a series.

Significant In Your Purpose (3 of 4)
Series: I'm Yours - How To Set Your Heart Free
Dr. Fred Lowery
Rom 8:28; Rom 8:15; 1Cor 1:23-24; Rom 8:18; Rom 8:29-30

I'm gonna pull off my watch. It doesn't mean one thing but I'll put it there. Thanks Brad, for that song that goes right along with this message from Romans. Let me just check out the crowd. How many of you have had all the encouragement you can stand? You just don't need any more encouragement right now, just lift your hand, let me check that crowd out. How many of you could use a little more-- little bit of encouragement, let me see, alright, well this is your verse. If Romans is the mountain in the Bible and chapter is the high water mark, then verse 28 is the pinnacle; it's the top of the mountain--one of the greatest verses that God has given us. Here's what it says-

Romans 8:28 And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose. [NIV]

Women are into pillows. Been that way for years. I don't know when it started. When I was a kid? No. But at some point women got into pillows and nobody knows why. So every night of my life for several years now, one of my jobs is I take the pillow off one side of the bed and I stack them up neatly on that side of the bed--my side and then I go over to Leigh's side of the bed and I take the pillows off and stack them neatly on that side of the bed. Right? That's what I do every night. And then I arrange the -- pull back the covers and the pillows that -- see most of the pillows never touch a human head and to me, you know, I don't-- I'm so practical--one pillow, one head, you know, 2 pillows for a bed unless it's a king size, you could get 3 pillows but we have 20 pillows in our room--20. Women are in to pillows. Well, Dr. R.A. Torrey, great, great man of God of the past called this text a soft pillow for a tired heart. We could say a soft pillow for a lonely heart, aching heart, a fearful h ...

There are 26213 characters in the full content. This excerpt only shows a 2000 character sample of the full content.

Price:  $4.99 or 1 credit