by Jeff Schreve

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Fresh Fire (2 of 7)
Series: Unleashing the Power of God
Pastor Jeff Schreve
2nd Timothy 1:6

He may come today. He may come before I finish this sermon. You say, "My soul, how long is this sermon?" But He might. You need to be ready. God has something special that He wants to do in your life and in my life and those watching by television. So let's pray and let's ask God to prepare our hearts to receive from Him.

"Lord, we thank You that You're coming again. We thank You, Lord, that You're the King, the mighty King of the whole universe. And that as the King, You became a man born in a barn, lived and walked the dusty roads, and suffered and bled and died for all of my sins and all of the sins of the world. You rose again from the dead. You ascended to heaven, and You're coming back. And, Lord, we praise You. And we are looking expectantly for that day. And, Lord, until that day, You've told us how to live, and Your Word has power, and You have a message for us. And, Lord, I pray that our hearts would be open and good soil to hear from You. We give You all the praise. Bind the evil one, Lord, who wants to snatch away the seed that's going to be sown, and break the chains of pride and the chains of the fear of men so, Lord, at the invitation time, that people would respond and come and receive You and get their lives right with You. For we pray in Jesus' name, amen."

How many in this room have ever seen the movie "The Wizard of Oz," can I see your hand? You've seen the movie, "The Wizard of Oz." It's a classic. It came out in 1939. And the story of the Wizard of Oz is pretty exciting. There's this little, young girl named Dorothy. She's a teenager. And she's having trouble with her parents. She wants to run away, and she does run away, but, then, she ends up going back home. And there's a big tornado, and she is swept away with the house. And she goes to this strange land. And she didn't know anything about this land. It was so weird. They had little sing ...

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