by Jeff Strite

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Knowing Where You Are At (4 of 4)
Series: GPS (God's Positioning System)
Jeff Strite
Genesis 3:1-13

OPEN: Some wealthy hunters had come to Colorado and hired an experienced hunting guide to lead them into the mountains. They had been trekking into the woods for a couple of days when it became obvious that they had become hopelessly lost. It wasn't long before the hunters became angry with their guide and one of them shouted at him:

"You told us you were the best guide in Colorado!"
"I am," said the guide slowly looking around. "But I think we're in Wyoming now."

Have you ever gotten lost? I have.
When I first moved to Logansport I wanted to go to Monticello (due West of town). But a half hour later I found myself in Winamac (North of town).

I was frustrated.- irritated with myself. I don't like being lost. That's why I really appreciate these new GPS devises. All I have to do is type in your address, and a little map comes on my screen and gives me a good idea as to where you live.

The devise is called a GPS for "Global Positioning System." It helps you to avoid getting lost. It helps you to know where you're at… and where you're going.

Now for the next few weeks we're going to be talking about a different kind of GPS. I call it "GOD'S Positioning System." God's positioning system is designed to help you know where you're at… and where you're going.

The first time we see this GPS system used is in Genesis 3. We've heard this story since we were little children. God has created a beautiful garden for Adam and Even and has left them only one command: Not to eat of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil that stands in the middle of the garden. It's an easy command to obey… until one day the serpent comes along and convinces Eve that God has unduly restricted them. God had denied them the great blessings of that fruit because He really didn't want what was best for them.

So Eve takes a bite of the fruit… then she gives it to her husba ...

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