Getting A Spiritual Eye Examine

- Sermons - Restoration Celebration

Preached at the Sunday Morning service on July 24, 2011 by Pastor Ray Bertolet.
Part of the Restoration Celebration series.

If you have ever worn glasses you will understand me, but if you always been able to see clearly you will have trouble. I can remember the first time I put on my new glasses. As I walked outside there were signs that I could read now. I noticed things that hadn't caught my eyes before. "Fuzzy" eyesight was all I knew, I had no idea what other people could see. Now, I periodically get my eyes examined to make certain I have the best vision possible. Today we are going to begin a "spiritual eye examine." We want to see what God sees and allow Him to correct our eyesight accordingly.

The Lord's Covenant with David, and Israel's Afflictions.

A Maskil of Ethan the Ezrahite.
Ps 89:1-4 I will sing of the lovingkindness (mercies)of the Lord forever; To all generations I will make known Your faithfulness with my mouth. 2 For I have said, "Lovingkindness will be built up forever; In the heavens You will establish Your faithfulness." 3 "I have made a covenant with My chosen; I have sworn to David My servant, 4 I will establish your seed forever And build up your throne to all generations." Selah. NASU

Tags: covenants, focus, lovingkindness, religions, vision

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  1. Sandra Workman says:

    Pastor Ray – Harry and I just listened to your message. Again, very soul searching and thought provoking. I think of the Scripture passage that says “Examine yourself and see if your in the faith”. This is a daily walk – keep on being filled with the Spirit – confessing sin and renewing right fellowship with the Lord. Good exhortation! Blessings, H&S

  2. Donna Coverdale says:

    God wants us to Himself, with no idols before Him. This message helps us to realize how easy it is to become distracted from the things of the Lord in our daily lives.

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