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The Voice of the Lord

Pastor Keith Hassell

 

Foundation Scripture:  Hebrews 3:7-19

 

I.                   The voice of the Lord is for “Today”

 

II.                The voice of the Lord in the Garden (Genesis 3:8-10)

A.        “Sound of the Lord God” means “voice of the Lord God”

B.         “I heard Your voice in the garden.”

C.        Adam and Eve’s relationship with God was according to His voice with only one command.  After the fall, the Law was given to establish many more boundaries as a result of man’s sin and not walking with God’s voice.

III.             The voice of the Lord and Abraham (Genesis 26:4-5)

 

IV.              The voice of the Lord and Moses (Acts 7:31)

 

V.                 The voice of the Lord and healing (Exodus 15:22-26)

 

VI.              The voice of the Lord and the nation of Israel (Exodus 19:5)

 

VII.           The voice of the Lord and the blessing (Deuteronomy 28:1-2, 15)

 

VIII.        The voice of the Lord and Israel in Joshua’s day (Joshua 24:24)

 

IX.              The voice of the Lord and Saul’s disobedience (1 Samuel 15:19, 22)

 

X.                 The voice of the Lord and Elijah (1 Kings 19:13)

 

XI.              The voice of the Lord in nature (Psalm 29:3-9)

 

XII.           The voice of the Lord is like many waters (Ezekiel 43:2)

 

XIII.        The voice of the Lord confirming Christ (Matthew 3:17)

 

XIV.        The voice of the Lord and the Transfiguration (Mark 9:7)

 

XV.           The voice of the Lord and that of strangers (John 10:3-5)

XVI.        The voice of the Lord and knowing the Father (John 5:37-38)

XVII.     The voice of the Lord and Paul’s conversion (Acts 22:6-16)

 

XVIII.  The voice of the Lord will shake all things (Hebrews 12:26)

 

XIX.        The voice of the Lord and entering His rest (Hebrews 4:6-11)

 

XX.           The voice of the Lord and inviting Him in (Revelation 3:20)

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