by Stan Coffey

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The Importance Of Fellowship (7 of 14)
Stan Coffey
I Timothy 3:15
June 16, 2002

Today we need some encouraging words from God's Word, amen? That's what we're going to have in this series we're going through. Let me just say, too, if you know of someone who really would like to get in on the basics of the Christian faith and know what they believe and why they believe it you ought to invite them to this series because this is a series that deals with many of the basic truths of our faith. We call it Unshakable Truth for Uncertain Times." You know, we've had some stormy weather here in the Panhandle this year, but there are some truths that no storm can shake. They are absolutely unshakable. One of those we're going to study this morning: The importance of fellowship. As always we'll take a moment and let us know your requests. We appreciate the opportunity to pray for one another. The Bible teaches us that we should always pray and never give up. Let's continue to pray for one another and lift one another up to the Lord.Would you join me as we go to the Lord? Father, we thank you for the unshakable truths that cannot be moved, that cannot be changed, for the absolutes. We thank you for that truth that even in uncertain times it grounds us and stabilizes us and keeps us on course. We pray that as we study we will be encouraged not to be tossed about by every wind of doctrine, but to be grounded in love and rooted in truth of the Word. We ask it in Christ's name. Amen.

I take several news magazines and in one of them recently I was reading about the polls that have been taken among Americans regarding spirituality and spiritual beliefs. There was another poll taken from young people coming out of colleges and universities. The fact that there is absolute, or the belief that there is absolute truth that cannot change, that will never change, absolute right and wrong, is less believed by young people coming ...

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