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Summary: This sermon is based on the clip from Facing the Giants. It’s deals with vision and whole-hearted commitment. You can get the clip from SermonSpice.com (http://www.sermonspice.com/videos/2488/wholehearted/).

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Facing the Giants

Introduction

Proverbs 29:18

What is vision: the act or power of anticipating that which will or may come to be: prophetic vision; the vision of an entrepreneur.

Key questions

--Why do you get up every day?

--What keeps you going through tough times?

--What motivates and drives you?

When your memories outweigh your dreams, you’re dead even though you are alive!

God has placed a vision within every one of us as individuals that is designed to enhance and fulfill the overall corporate vision.

Facing the Giants

Explain the symbolism of giants in our lives.

Set up and play video clip (Wholehearted commitment)

http://www.sermonspice.com/videos/2488/wholehearted/

Insights from the clip:

--Brock: “{they} are a lot stronger than we are.” How do you see your giants?

--Brock: “not if I knew we could beat them.” How sure are you of victory in your life?

The death crawl

--Death to self, our being in control, our ways and preferences

--Someone on your back – hardships, obstacles, inconveniences

--If you can’t move the obstacles out of your way, drag them with you. Just make sure you reach your goal. – Michael Wilson

Give me your best.

Do it blindfolded – do things by faith, not natural sight.

Jeering from the crowd – you can’t always rely on others.

Constant encouragement from the coach – JESUS!

Coach: “Don’t quit until you have nothing left!” – Hebrews 12:1-4

Brock: “it hurts, it’s heavy” – life isn’t easy nor convenient.

Coach: “It’s all heart from here” – We’re back to doing things by vision, not the flesh.

Coach: “if you walk around defeated, so will they.”

Play video clip again


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