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The Sin of Silence (5 of 6)
Series: The Life of Miracles
Dr. Stan Coffey
2 Kings 7:1-9
II. THE PROVISION
III. THE PERSONNEL
Well, tonight we'll look again at the life of Elisha and the life of miracles in
2 Kings Chapter 7. We are going to begin to reading in Verse 1. Now we've been studying about the life of Elisha.
The life of Elisha was the life of miracles and he's been a tithe and a figure of the believer and how the believers could be filled with the Holy Spirit and how we as believers ought to be lives of miracles every single day.
I want to say how much I appreciate young people and the youth choir. Praise God. We'd let you go down but there is no place to go. Amen? So I'll just preach to you up there and every once in a while I'll turn around and just preach to you a little bit. The choir enjoys that on Sunday mornings so much. I know it.
Right up here where they can get the drippins' off the alter, as the old time preachers said, right up here close. I do appreciate our young people and the way they responded to Brother Bill. I tell you, it's just been wonderful. Young people we really do appreciate you so very much and we appreciate Brother Bill's work with our youth choir.
Now he is going to be ordained Wednesday night. I may ask him some real hard questions Wednesday night so you'll want to be here. I'm sure he will be prepared to answer them, but we are going to have a glorious time as we ordain Brother Bill Wednesday night so you just be here and be praying for him and for Lori. We appreciate them so much.
Alright 2 Kings Chapter 7 Verse 1, tonight I'm going to preach on "The Sin of Silence". "THEN ELISHA SAID, HEAR YE THE WORD OF THE LORD, THUS SAITH THE LORD. TOMORROW ABOUT THIS TIME SHOULD A MEASURE OF FINE FLOUR BE SOLD FOR A SHEKEL, AND TWO MEASURES OF BARLEY FOR A SHEKEL, IN THE GATE OF SAMAIR."
Now if you'll notice in the next verse the shock in the voice of the man who responded to this rema ...
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