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Remember His Marvelous Works | Sermon Outline By Brian A. Yeager

Remember His Marvelous Works
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I. Introduction:

A. In Elihu’s words of correction to Job, He told Job to stand still and consider the wondrous works of God (Job 37:14).

  1. In Elihu’s words, he talked of God’s greatness (Job 36:24-37:1).
  2. In Elihu’s words, he talked of the power of God’s words (Job 37:2-13).
  3. In Elihu’s words, he talked of why men fear God (Job 37:15-24).
  4. Remembering who we serve is of great importance (Isaiah 40:28).
B. Israel’s lack of remembrance led them to err (Psalms 78:40-42).
  1. It was said that they forgot His works (Psalms 78:10-11).
  2. Their forgetting didn’t take long (Psalms 106:13).
  3. We don’t want to be them (Zechariah 1:4-6).

II. Body: Psalms 77:11, Psalms 111:4, and Psalms 143:5

A. Remembering what the Lord has done is key to being thankful and mindful of His will (I Chronicles 16:8-26).
  1. It is beneficial to us to be thankful for things present (Philippians 4:6-8).
  2. Thanksgiving is beneficial for things in the past (Psalms 106:1-48).
  3. Thanksgiving is also beneficial in looking forward (I Corinthians 15:57).
B. Remember the former things of old (Isaiah 46:9-11 and Romans 15:4).
  1. For the purpose of knowing that God does what He said [says] He will do (Isaiah 42:8-9).
  2. To stand in awe (Psalms 4:4) and understand His greatness (Jeremiah 5:22).
  3. To remember where’d we’d be without Him (Ephesians 2:11-19).
C. When we consider our Creator, we know very well that we are wonderfully made (Psalms 139:14).
  1. Consider that we are the offspring of God (Acts 17:24-29).
  2. When you look up to the sky, think about Him (Psalms 8:1-5, Psalms 19:1, and Isaiah 40:22-26).
  3. When you consider the continuation of God’s natural providence (Acts 14:17).
  4. When you think of unanswerable questions (Ecclesiastes 3:11; cf. Romans 11:33-36).
  5. With all of that, ponder what we [faithful saints] shall be (I John 3:1-3).
  6. The best is yet to come (I Peter 1:3-4).

III. Conclusion: Think about what the Lord said to Abraham (Genesis 17:1).

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