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We’ve all had experiences with unexpected visitors. In this part of Abraham’s story, he welcomes some unexpected guests who turn out to be “more than meets the eye.” As we see the hospitality Abraham shows his guests, we’re reminded of Jesus and the continued calling we have as Christians to welcome people into our lives and homes openly and generously. And, these guests have a message to deliver. This time, the message is not primarily for Abraham’s ears, but for Sarah’s.
In this series, Called to Cross Over, we will be studying the life of Abraham. This imperfect patriarch was a person called to “cross over” in many ways. The word “Hebrew” is even linguistically tied to the idea of “crossing over” from one side to another. God’s dealing with mankind reaches a “crossing over” point in the events of Abraham’s life. As you listen to these sermons, consider how God is speaking to you and leading you and inviting you to “cross over” into a deeper relationship with him.