by Donald Cantrell

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Dying Daughter (1 of 2)
Series: Dwelling In The Land Of Desperation
Donald Cantrell
Luke 8:41-56

I - Desperation and its Dreadful Appearance
A) Its Appearance can be Random and Unexpected
B) Its Appearance can be Rattling and Unnerving

II - Desperation and its Desensitizing Affect
A) Jairus Tormenting Pain overrode his Prestige
B) Jairus Tragic Position overcame his Practicality

III - Desperation and its Despairing Appeal
A) The Specifics of his Appeal ''His Heavy Heart - Natural''
B) The Speediness of his Appeal ''His Prepared Plan - Now''

IV - Desperation and its Delayed Approach
A) Jairus and his Mindset ''Delay did it mean Denial?''
B) Jairus and his Musing ''Delay did it mean Disaster?''

V - Desperation and its Deadly Anxiety
A) The Worries that were Anxiously Mounting
B) The Words that were Agitatingly Massive

VI - Desperation and its Daring Advocate
A) Jesus Silenced the Critics ''The Loud Laughter''
B) Jesus Saved the Child ''The Last Laugh''


Desperation is defined as ''a strong feeling of sadness, fear, and loss of hope. Surrendering to a state of despair, or the state of hopelessness; leading to rashness.

If we were to Google the word desperate or desperation we would find that the word is used numerous times. We find of course desperate housewives, desperate enterprises, desperate the movie, desperate mom, desperate Dan, desperate quilters, desperate sailors, and the list goes on and on, with 1000's upon 1000's of desperate search options. The most fun desperate site that i found was ''Desperate Dog USA'' found in my very own home state, Braselton Georgia. This is an all inclusive vacation resort for your dog, one in which you pay enough to know that your dog will be in doggie heaven as your off enjoying your own dog free vacation.

In the story today we find that Jairus was living in desperation. He was deep within its dark dreary dungeon of dread and doom. Jesus was ministering to the ...

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