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THE MESSAGE OF THE KING


The year was 1930, and it was the year of the Naval Conference in London. King George was to address the opening session. Radio was in its infancy, but through this media the king’s message was to be carried around the world. However, just before the king was to go on the air, a young engineer working for the Columbia Broadcasting Station--ironically--discovered a broken wire in the transmitter.


There was no time for repairs; the world was waiting to hear the message of the king. The young engineer thought of a quick solution: he took a piece of broken wire in one hand, and a piece of broken wire in the other hand, and for fifteen minutes, he took 250 volts of electricity through his body so that the king’s broadcast could be heard.


Like then, the world is waiting to hear the message of the King, and the one way for that message to go through is if we--who profess to be His disciples--will be a conduit, a radio transmitter that broadcasts the message of the king. My question to you this morning is this: Will you allow the King’s message of faith to be broadcast through you?


(From a sermon by Jason Bonnicksen, Broadcasting Faith, 8/8/2011)

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