TITLE: Do You Want To Go Home?
TEXT: I Cor. 10:6-11
PROPOSITION: Before we can fight the enemy we must stop fighting each other.
KEY WORD: Lessons
1. Robin Hood - to people of burned out village who began to grumble and complain. "Do you want to go home?"
2. "Then quit fighting among yourselves and fight the enemy together."
3. Old saying - Kicking mule can't pull.
4. Before we can fight the enemy we must stop fighting each other.
A. Adam and Eve - Pass the buck, blame others
B. Cain and Able - envy, strife
C. Israelites in Egypt - murmmur, gripe
D. Israel in wilderness - comaplain, fuss, blame others
E. Apostles - Who is greatest? - strife, variance
A. Preacher's sermons - too long, too shallow
B. Song leader - same songs, new songs, pitch too high
C. Elders decisions - too much work, money, time
D. Too many services - "Have to come Wed. night?"
E. Building too hot (or cold) -
F. Babies too loud - Disturb my nap
G. Change order of services - Same old thing
H. Too many fellowships - Not enough fellowships
I. Bible teacher is boring - Too hard, Too easy
J. Not speaking to bro. X - I will not go to him.
WE CAN'T JOIN TOGETHER AND FIGHT THE ENEMY IF WE:
A. Complain, bicker, fuss among ourselves
B. Gossip about each other
C. Are back-biting, devouring each other
IF WE CAN'T GET ALONG HERE, WON'T BE IN HEAVEN.
1. Let's stop fighting each other.
Let's join together and fight the enemy.
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