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God's Surprising Power Over My Failure

This will be the fifth and final installment in study series from Psalms.  We've talked about God's surprising power over my disappointment, confusion, hurt, and fear.  Failure seems to be the toughest because we usually bring this on ourselves.  

We will tell the story of a man who was held responsibile for a mistake that took nine lives and cost the government tens of millions of dollars.  It cost him his career, and nearly his sanity.  What was his turning point?  How did he find resolution to his failure?  What role did his faith and His God play?  We will look at his life through the lens of Psalm 13.  His testimony is powerful!  

90 Minutes In Heaven

Baptist minister, Don Pipper was driving his small Ford on his way home from a conference in Texas. A truck crossed the center line and hit him head-on. The medical response team checked for life in his mangled body, but there was no pulse, and one look at the broken and bloody body confirmed that he was dead. But, he wasn't. Another minister came upon the scene and asked the policeman in charge if he could pray for the man in the car with the tarp covering his body. He was given permission, and a miracle happened. Don Pipper awoke singing, "What A Friend We Have In Jesus"!

A Champion's Charge

Are you ready for the Super Bowl this coming Sunday?  Evidently, the whole world will be tuning in.  

A few interesting facts:  
- Over 150,000,000 Americans will be tuning in.  
- Nine of the top 10 shows ever watched by us were Super Bowls!  
8% will tune in just to view the ads  -  ads that will cost $73,333 per second!  
- The Bears and Colts will do battle for the Vince Lombardi Trophy, a sterling silver prize that costs the league $25,000.  
- The football game will be only 60 minutes, but there will be at least 30 minutes of commercials interrupting the game.   
- Take out food sales skyrocket for the game as well as antacid sales which rise 20% for Sunday and Monday.  
- And evidently, many need time to heal because there is a 6% increase of illness on Monday following the game.

God's Surprising Power Over My Fear

We're in week four of our series.  On Sunday we will look at a Harris Poll of what Americans are afraid of.  We are fearful creatures and a very fear-filled culture.  Each day we're reminded of the losses of terrorism, but did you know more people die each year from water than all the explosions of terrorism? After 911, travel in the airwaves decreased, but did you know fatalities from automobile accidents went up.  Why?  Simple.  We are 27 times more likely to die in a car accident than in an air disaster.  When passengers stopped flying and started riding, fatalities rose.  What does the Bible have to say about fear?  We'll study this on Sunday with a special look at Psalm 46.  Looking foward to our time in the Word and our worship.

God's Surprising Power Over My Hurt

We’re half-way through our study, God’s Surprising Power with this Sunday’s message, "Over My Hurt.” Imagine a world where everyone loved and cared, told no lies, a world where there was never any betrayal or dishonesty. We can only imagine that kind of world because truth is, we live in enemy territory where spirits are gashed daily. At some time we all get hurt.

This Sunday, Lord willing, we will be looking at Psalm 55. At some point in David’s tenure as king he was betrayed by a close friend. David was no weakling, but this crushed him. What can we learn from David’s hurt and his response? Take some time this week and read Psalm 55. Ask God to open your heart to the truths of this text. Invite a friend. Share a CD. God has surprising power for those who trust Him.

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