The Unforgivable Sin by Pastor Ed Young
So guys, we’ve got to step up and show the love. We have to take the initiative and do this. Think about it, sign up, and I’m telling you some awesome things will happen.
Now what else do I tell you? How many engaged couples do we have? If you’re engaged, lift your hands. If you’re engaged or thinking about marriage, do you know we have a Nearlywed/ Newlywed class that we have taught here since the Vietnam War here at Fellowship? Lisa and I didn’t go to one, and I wish I could reverse time and I wish we could have gone to one of those things. They are taught by some phenomenal people, some Christian counselors right here at Fellowship Church.
We also have Divorce Recovery. I bet you the majority of us here have dealt with divorce in some way, shape, form or fashion. We have Divorce Recovery. It is one of the most exciting ministries here at Fellowship Church. Divorce is not the unforgivable sin. It is not. There is forgiveness and cleansing and you have an opportunity to do it right the next time. We have Divorce Recovery. I think we are in our second session in Divorce Recovery right here and you can start attending. Go to the website, go to the kiosk and ask, “Where’s divorce recovery?” We will point you to the way. Of course, I’ve already mentioned counseling. So those are some exciting things.
Next week—I wanted to do this today, but I can’t—next week we’re going to talk about the four horsemen of divorce. There are four predictors of divorce that I’ve discovered. And these horsemen are galloping. You have a great chance of walking and running through the door of divorce; however, there is some good news.© Copyright 2012admin, All rights Reserved. Written For: Fellowship Church Grapevine