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Fathers: The Glory of Children

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The glory of children is their fathers. (Eli was a failure as a father—His two sons had no respect (no glory for him). NOTE: Before you can teach a child, the child must respect you. To gain their respect you must CONTROL them

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Learning to Be Content

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Partial outline: FULL PDF HERE Philippians 4:8-13 Paul wrote Philippians about 30 years after he was saved. As we study the life of the Apostle Paul, we see he never reached the point where he thought he arrived (Phil. 3:12-14). He was always learning and growing in his walk with the Lord. Here I am […]

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X-RAY Vision

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An X-ray gives us the ability to see things that we would not see otherwise—A broken bone, a cancer, a cavity in a tooth. X-rays see that which is not normally seen as though it is seen. ILLUS with X-ray of broken leg. God has “x-ray” vision—He sees things that be not as though they were.

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It Starts With Vision

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A blind man’s world is bounded by the limits of his touch; an ignorant man’s world by the limits of his knowledge; a great man’s world by the limits of his vision.

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