By R. W. Schambach
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Part I Supernatural Power Lost A SAD STORY One of the saddest stories found in the Old Testament is the story of a man who was dedicated to God, used of God in the power of His Spirit, and then lost everything. Hear me, church! It is possible to backslide and not even know it! I know that there have been many sermons preached against the sins of the flesh, using as text material the downfall of Samson. Such sermons are needed, and even more in this day. Everything goes, today. Nothing must be allowed to interfere with the liberty of the individual.
W. Schambach A message for the Church in our time. 1973 Pastor-Evangelist R. W. Schambach The world may laugh and make sport, and ridicule a powerless church, but God's power and God's promises will never change. " Arise, Church! Shake yourself this one more time! The end shall be greater than the beginning! POWER LOST AND REGAINED The Story of Samson —Judges 16:1-30 Part I Supernatural Power Lost Part II Supernatural Power Regained The Story of Samson —Judges 16:1-30 "And it came to pass afterward, that he loved a woman in the valley of Sorek, whose name was Delilah.
It is possible to backslide and not even know it! I know that there have been many sermons preached against the sins of the flesh, using as text material the downfall of Samson. Such sermons are needed, and even more in this day. Everything goes, today. Nothing must be allowed to interfere with the liberty of the individual. Certainly a strong message is needed regarding the inescapable consequences of willful sin. POWER LOST However, I want to dig a little deeper into the message found in the life of Samson.