Summary: Throughout history God has always chosen ordinary people to do extraordinary things. They all had something in common; they all had been called by God to be part of something much bigger than themselves, because of their willingness to simply yield themselves to the One who had created them and allow his purposes to be revealed in and through them, God used them in phenomenal ways.
Evangelist Kathryn Kuhlman once said, “It isn’t silver vessels that he’s asking for. It isn’t golden vessels that he needs. He just needs yielded vessels.” It seems that one of the common characteristics of God’s will is that it often calls us to do things that are impossible in our own strength, but as we yield our lives to him, he causes his divine plans and dreams to become reality. God takes great pleasure in doing things through us that only He can do, so that in the end he receives all the glory, honor, and praise.
This is sermon ten in the Heritage Series. Join us as we make our way through the book of Acts discovering God’s hand in the early church. We are cultivating an expectation to see God’s hand move inour own lives and in our church today. God has not gone off the production line, He is still making men and women wholely devoted, radically saved, and empowered by the Holy Spirit.
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