LNB-14 910929PM On November 4th, 1922, the world sat breathlessly as the wonders and treasures of the fables tomb of Tutankhamun was awaited. A staircase, cut into the solid bedrock had been overlooked by the grave robbers of the centuries. As the door was reached on November 26th, after 20,000 pounds of dust, dirt […]
Give All to God: Stewardship LHC: Message Thirty-Nine (960818AM) LHC-51 Week 39: Give All to God (Revelation 18; 2 Corinthians 8:5) As the end of days approaches, you can find hope as you give your all to God! SUNDAY: Giving God Your All “What do you have that you did not receive? Now if you […]
060122AM DSS-04 David’s Legacy .doc David’s Spiritual Secret– David’s Legacy 2nd Corinthians 5:9-15 When the life of the greatest recorded servant in the Bible ended—what was left behind? Our legacy is what we leave behind to those we love. What did David God’s servant leave behind? Last time we saw David’s epitaph, written by God, […]
ACL-37 DEVOTION SACRIFICES II CORINTHIANS 8:53 970810am 1st century church members knew that devotion to Christ means sacrifice. The eloquence of the writer of Hebrews is nowhere more evident than in chapter 11. There he says that those who walk by faith do so in lifelong sacrifice. Hebrews 11:10 for he waited for the […]
God loves things to be according to His specifications. He likes us to follow the code He has established in His Word. When Moses went up the mountain in Exodus 24:18-25:40, God showed him the detailed plans for the Tabernacle, the most written about physical building in the Universe. More chapters are devoted to the detailed descriptions of this building than any other in the Bible. God spent more time on the Tabernacle than He does on the Creation of the Cosmos, the Flood and even the last week of Christ’s life.
The Tabernacle was so important to God that He wanted it built and operated just right. God wanted His Glory and plan to be reflected by everything done in that tent. The same is true in another temple He has built.
This morning, as we open to II Corinthians 6, let me remind you that: each of us, are creatures of habit.
Habits shape our lives; and little by little, our habits are cementing us into a form that will someday be finished, revealing us for who we really were.
William James (1842-1910), in his classic Principles of Psychology (1890), put it this way:
Could the young but realize how soon they will become mere walking bundles of habits, they would give more heed to their conduct while in the plastic state. We are spinning our own fates, good or evil, and never to be undone. Every smallest stroke or virtue or vice leaves its ever so little scar.