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Jehovah Jireh - The God Who Provides

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Sermon shared by Joseph Rodgers

August 2005
Summary: A message on the name Jehovah Jireh - the God Who Provides.
Denomination: Baptist
Audience: General adults
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to you, keep going the direction He tells you until He tells you otherwise.

B SEPARATION

Note: I believe there is great significance found in Abe leaving his servants behind they likely would have done everything in their power to prevent him from obeying God.

Note: It is amazing how quickly we can find someone who can talk us out of obeying God. Job has three friends and a wife ready to escort away from trusting God. We have at least that many ready to help us out of His presence. Im here today to help you in.

Point: Always keep moving in the direction God calls you until He tells you otherwise and dont allow anyone or anything to distract you.

IV The RELIANCE (Challenge) v. 6-8

Recap: As Abe and Isaac went to the mountain to worship God, Isaac asks Abe about the sacrifice Abe replies, God will provide.

Note: The reality of the moment hits as the Isaac asks Abe about the sacrifice. Now personally I dont think Abe was in some incredible panic I think he had peace. He wasnt befuddled but befriended He truly believed that God would provide.

Word: Provide (raah Jireh) to see beforehand God sees before and makes a provision.

Point: Abe choose to believe God promises over his current circumstances.

Insert: This isnt rocket science God promised Abe years earlier that He was going to give him a son (Isaac) from whom He was going to make a great nation. Thus, while Abe didnt know the details, He believed God was going to be faithful to His promises b/c God is always true to His nature, and God had never failed him before.

Verse: By faith, Abraham, at the time of testing, offered Isaac back to God. Acting in faith, he was as ready to return the promised son, his only son, as he had been to receive him and this after he had already been told, "Your descendants shall come from Isaac." Abraham figured that if God wanted to, he could raise the dead. In a sense, thats what happened when he received Isaac back, alive from off the altar. Hb. 11:17

Note: Faith believes that nothing is impossible w/ God. And its always willing to trust God w/ that which you value the most in life.



V The RECKONING (Attempt) v. 9-10

Recap: Abe gets to the top and proceeds w/ his business. The moment of truth has arrived Abe builds the altar, binds His son, lays Isaac on the altar, and rears back the knife.

Point: God often has to take us to the brink to confirm our faith - but His timing is perfect.

Insert: We must remember that our circumstances never test the credibility or the faithfulness of God, but rather they serve solely to test our understanding of the character and purpose of God in our life.

VI The RELIEF (Provision) v. 11-14

Quote: Has it ever occurred to you that nothing ever occurs to God? He knows all, sees all, is aware of all, and cares for all. God longs to meet us at the point of our need.

Recap: The angel of the Lord shows up just in time to stop Abe and
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