Christ Of Every Crisis
Acts 12:1-10 (Program 2294, Air dates 04.07.2013 & 04.14.2013)
- RESPECT THE MYSTERY OF GOD’S PROVIDENCE. (Acts 12:1-10)
- God works in a mysterious way.
- If our crisis doesn’t make sense to us that doesn’t mean it doesn’t make sense.
- Romans 8:28
- Blessings and troubles work together in our lives.
- REQUEST THE MINISTRY OF GOD’S PEOPLE. (Acts 12:5)
- We can always pray during a crisis.
- The frequency of the prayer
- Matthew 7:7
- Luke 18:1
- The fervency of the prayer
- Jeremiah 29:13
- Prayer is hard work.
- Romans 15:30
- The fellowship of the prayer
- Matthew 18:19-20
- The faith of the prayer
- The church didn’t try to impress each other with their prayers.
- The church only relied on God, not on the outcome of the prayer.
- The focus of the prayer
- The church prayed with specificity.
- Jeremiah 33:3
- REST IN THE MASTERY OF GOD’S PEACE. (Acts 12:6-7)
- Peter was sleeping soundly the night before his execution.
- He was no longer afraid of death.
- He knew that God’s people were praying for him.
- Psalm 121:4
- Isaiah 26:3
- Philippians 4:6-7
- REJOICE IN THE MAJESTY OF GOD’S POWER. (Acts 12:7-10)
- The whole story is characterized with leisure.
- God’s mighty and majestic power are seen through this leisure.
- Prayer is not an excuse to be lazy about what we can do.
- Acts 12:11-17
- 2 Thessalonians 3:10
- Four things to remember in a crisis:
- Don’t demand to understand.
- Remember the resource of prayer.
- Put your eyes on God and rest in His love.
- Expect God’s power to move in His own time and in His own way.
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