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God's Witness Protection Program

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Sermon shared by Melvin Maughmer, Jr.

July 2006
Summary: Witness protection is the process in which witnesses, such as those who testify in criminal trials, are protected against intimidation before their testimony or criminal retaliation after. God’s witness protection program never lost a case or had anyone
Tags: Grace (add tag)
Denomination: Apostolic
Audience: General adults
Sermon:
“God’s Witness Protection Program”

By

District Elder M.L. Maughmer, Jr.




Opening: - We are living in what the Bible calls perilous times. Wrong is being called right and right is being called wrong. Homosexualism is running rampant, drug addictions are rising, and the very moral fiber of our nation is just about gone. We are living in the time when there is war and rumors of wars. Every time we turn on the television it seems as though one nation is going against another nation and America is right there in the middle, but we look at it and say that’s a shame. We have become so desensitized that the more and more something is not like God the more we are readily accepting it and pacify it by saying oh it’s just the change in time. What we fail to understand is that this mentality and desensitization is nothing but the devil trying to stop the plan of God. We have people saying we can’t get involved or we can’t make a difference. They are living in fear that there will be some kind of awesome retaliation so they are just waiting to see what will happen next. Fear has captivated them and they don’t know what to do. However, God is saying I need a witness in these times.

Psalms 91:1 “He that dwelleth in the secret place of the most High shall abide under the shadow of the Almighty.”

In the late 1960’s the “Federal Witness Protection Program” was established. The Federal Witness Protection Program is able to relocate and give new identities to witnesses who risk their lives by giving testimony as well as providing financial and employment aid.

Witness protection is the process in which witnesses, such as those who testify in criminal trials, are protected against intimidation before their testimony or criminal retaliation after.

A Witness: - One that gives evidence, specifically one who testifies in a cause before a judicial counsel. One asked to be present at a transaction so as to be able to testify to its having taken place. One who has personal knowledge of something? Public affirmation by word or example.

Evidence: - an outward sign, something that furnishes proof, one who voluntarily confesses a crime and testifies for the prosecution.

Protection: - Supervision or support of one that is smaller and weaker, it is to cover or shield from exposure, injury, or destruction, to guard.

According to the Federal Witness Protection Agency, “No program participant following security guidelines has ever been harmed while under the active protection of the Marshal’s Service”, nearly all of the witnesses who were harmed had failed to fully comply, oftentimes contacting old acquaintances.

Someone maybe saying so what does this have to do with us. What has this to do with church and this revival? Well let’s talk about God’s witness protection program.

Remember a witness is one that gives evidence, one that testifies for the prosecution in a criminal case.

Understand that you were created to give God glory. You were created to give God praise. You were created to be a witness for the Lord. You are created as evidence to furnish proof of just how good God is. You were created to give testimony of how the devil has tried to take your life, but God has delivered you, God has made a way for you, God has healed you and set you free.

Contrary to you personal belief you were not created to
Comments and Shared Ideas
Avery Scott Riddell
October 3, 2012
This is a fantastic sermon pastor. I''m going to be sharing this with others and referring to it in my own times of struggle. Thank you so much for this; it has helped tremendously.
God bless you. Preach it.

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