A Night to Remember
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  • 1. • FROM THE TITANIC DISASTER, WE CANLEARN TO PUT OUR TRUST IN GOD.When some people boarded the Titanic, theirfaith and trust were in the Titanic, Captain Smith,and their riches.The Titanic was considered "unsinkable."Captain Smith, the most highly paid captain inthe White Star Line, was almost worshipped bythe crew and passengers. He had never seen orbeen in a shipwreck. He himself said his fortyyears of service had been "uneventful." With allhis wisdom and experience, the people trustedin Captain Smith to take care of the problem,even after they hit the iceberg.Many people trusted in their riches. It was anera in which wealth was virtually worshipped.There was nothing their money could not buy--until that night.Instead of trusting in the Titanic, CaptainSmith, or money they should have trusted inGod.
  • 2. Pride goeth before destruction, and an haughtyspirit before a fall. Prov. 16:18Then thine heart be lifted up, and thou forget theLord thy God…..And itshall be, if thou do at all forget the Lord thyGod, and walk after other gods,and serve them, and worship them, I testify