We begin a new series this week, peeling back circumstances when God declines requests of his people. But before we begin, please take note of Nancy's opening prayer in light of the national tragedy of this past week.
A pastor once told his congregation that you can never take your mental acumen for granted. There may come a time, as it has and does with so many, when you're no longer able to make sense of much of anything. It's not that God can't punch through any thick wall, but if you have not seriously considered the eternal condition of your soul, don't let it turn out to be too late. Dying and finding yourself in hell is a hefty price to pay for procrastination. And the solution is so simple. Trust. Do it soon.
So sorry for the late posting; we're still in our post Easter messages and discussing the raising of Lazarus. We've got to understand where our future is headed.
Joni Eareckson Tada; you'll hear about her this morning. So much to be learned as we consider Jesus delaying before going to raise Lazarus from the dead.
This week is the first effort of VIDEOING the sermon. It wasn't planned, obviously, as you will see. So please don't let that distract you as Nancy continues in our post-Easter subject matter. This week focuses on God's sometimes delay in meeting our requests. Sometimes love requires an unanticipated delay.
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