Tuesday, October 18, 2011

The Danger of Comparing

This week we have the privilege of having my new friend Matt Wilkins leading revival services at Seaford. Matt is a fellow Kentuckian. I grew up in the southeastern part of the state and he in the western part. It’s been a joy to get to know him this week and to hear him preach. I can’t remember exactly how he described himself last night, but let’s just say the boy is intense. I didn’t know someone from Kentucky could talk that fast! I love it.

So after listening to him for a couple of days, it just so happened that I needed to listen to a bit of my most recent sermon from last week from Hebrews 13. I don’t listen to myself often, it’s actually a good practice for the sake of evaluation. But after listening to Matt, I sound, well, different than Matt.

At any rate, my good friend Rick Lin asked about my sermon’s being recorded so here’s my message from last Wednesday evening. It took us a few days to get it posted due to some computer issues and in fact, it starts about a minute or two late, so it misses the intro. The recording level is also a little strange at the beginning, but that gets adjusted within the first minute.


I’m also posting in my notes from the sermon here. They may not make a lot of sense, as they are just my bulleted points, but they are there if you want to see them.



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