by Lenny Ports

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The Best is Yet to Come (2 of 7)
Series: The Power Of The Gospel
Lenny Ports
John 2:1-11

The biggest problem in the world is not having the biggest problem in the world but the biggest problem in the world is believing that the problem will never go away!

The tragedies of lost marriages, and crimes being committed, and people drowning themselves in drugs, and alcohol, and sex, and other addictive lifestyles are born out of people's inability to know that things could really change for the good in their lives.
How many of you know - being a minister of the Gospel does not happen without opposition. Gerri and I sometimes can get weary in the battle. Well, we had a really busy week, and we haven't been feeling that great physically lately, and we haven't had a chance to get replenished, refilled, and built back up again. We keep looking for a minute to get refreshed and it just didn't happen this week. Disappointment was the word and the devil is all into using DISAPPOINTMENT TO DISCOURAGE US. I was extremely busy at my regular job and there was something going on every night. So last night we went out to Panda Express and Don't judge me, but I ate a fortune cookie! Well, Gerri ate hers and I was looking for mine and she had it. I said where is my fortune cookie and So she said here you can have it, and I said, No let's split it and pull it apart together and see what the message is. I said it will be a message for us. MY LORD, YOU LET YOUR GUARD DOWN, AND HERE COMES ALL KINDS OF FALSE RELIGIONS AND DOCTRINES OF DEMONS! So we cracked it apart and she read the fortune and it said, ''If you have no expectations, you will never be disappointed.''

John 2: 1 On the third day there was a wedding in Cana of Galilee, and the mother of Jesus was there. 2 Now both Jesus and His disciples were invited to the wedding. 3 And when they ran out of wine, the mother of Jesus said to Him, ''They have no wine.'' 4 Jesus said to her, ''Woman, what does your concern have to d ...

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