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Blessings of Obedience (4 of 6)
Series: The Life of Miracles
Dr. Stan Coffey
2 Kings 5:1-14
I.THE PREREQUISTITE FOR OBEDIENCE
II. THE PRIOITY OF OBEDIENCE
III. THE PERFECTION OF OBEDIENCE
IV. THE POWER OF OBEDIENCE
Let's go to the Lord in prayer. Lord Jesus how we thank you for what our hearts have experienced tonight, how we thank you for sending the Holy Spirit. Thank you Father for this very moment when you are so real, when you have manifested yourself in so many wonderful ways this evening.
God we don't know how to praise you enough and if we had a thousand tongues each tonight Lord, we could never thank you enough for what these moments mean to us. God we thank you for your love and for your tender care and Father for your compassion for each one of us.
God how we thank you for ministering to us during these moments. Now as we open the word, we pray that you will minister again through the word of God and through the message that you have for our hearts in your word tonight. In Jesus' name, Amen.
Please take your Bible and turn to 2 Kings, Chapter 5. I tell you there is nothing like Sunday night at San Jacinto. Amen? I don't think I have ever heard any greater singing than we've heard tonight. How I praise God for that song, ''Give Them All to Jesus'' and for the way Tony sung it and ministered to us and then the way the Holy Spirit ministered to us through Kay's song tonight.
I've never heard a song with greater theology and more ecotheology about the Holy Spirit. That song tonight was just a chorus in the personal work of the Holy Spirit and how precious that song is. Praise God tonight for His presence with us.
I've been talking on Sunday night about the life of Elisha and how it illustrates the life of the believer. Elisha was the prophet of the miraculous. He followed Elijah, who was a mighty prophet, and yet Elisha prayed that God would give him a double portion of the Holy Spirit that was upon Elijah and he asked that that ...
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