by Jeff Schreve

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Who's Your Mother? (9 of 9)
Series: Do You Want to be Free? Vol. 1
Pastor Jeff Schreve
Galatians 4:21-31

If you have your Bible, please turn to Galatians chapter 4. I have a musical question for the group tonight. How many in here have ever heard of the musical group, ''The Zombies?'' Anybody ever heard of them, ''The Zombies?'' They were popular in the 60s and they had a song out and it was called, ''The Time of the Season.'' And in that song from what I could gather on Wikipedia, which is my, one of my favorite websites, they said that in the song there is a lyric that says, ''What's your name? Who's your daddy? Is he rich like me? Who's your daddy?'' ''Who's your daddy'' has become a very popular phrase, it got really, really popular in the 90s. Duke basketball used that as their way of saying, ''We own you, boy. Who's your daddy? I'm your daddy.'' And that's the slang expression for ''I dominate you.'' Bobby Knight, when he was coaching the Indiana Hoosiers, they had a T-shirt that said, ''Who's your daddy?'' right, for the Indiana Hoosiers. But in the movie, ''Remember the Titans,'' how many people have seen ''Remember the Titans?'' A great movie! Well, Coach Boone, Denzel Washington, was talking to one of his linebackers, Gerry Bertier, and he said in that movie, ''Gerry, who's your daddy? Who's your daddy, Gerry?'' And Gerry had to say, ''You are, coach.'' He said, ''That's right. I dominate you on this football field. I'm the head coach.''

Well, Paul dealt with the Jews, and the Jews were really big on answering the question, who's my daddy? Abraham! Abraham is my father. They talked about that all the time. In Matthew chapter 3, when John the Baptist began to preach, he said to the people, ''And don't suppose that you can say, „Well, we have Abraham for our father.''' He said, ''I tell you the truth. God is able from these stones to raise up children to Abraham, offspring from Abraham.'' That's what he said because what was their big saying? ''W ...

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