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Breaking Through the Caution Tape

(Joshua 3:5-15)

Need: To decide to step out on faith and do something great for God. Truth: Great works are never done from the outside looking in. Text: (Joshua 3:5-15 ) Title: Breaking Through the Caution Tape

I. Introduction: What is caution tape for?

1. It separates -- those who can help from those who can't and those who are working from those who are watching
2. It spotlights -- the area needing work to be done
3. It warns -- shows that there is danger on the inside
4. It protects -- the worker from distractions and the work from defilement

A.
1. **On the outside is recruitment
2. **On the inside is work to be done
3. Will you break through the caution line?

B.
1. **On the outside is safety
2. **On the inside is danger
3. Will you break through the caution line?

C.
1. **On the outside are lookers
2. **On the inside are workers
3. Will you break through the caution line?

II. The work is out there not in here. Will you go beyond the safety of these walls to work?

A. Only 5% of the world lives inside the USA but 95% of the Gospel witness is here.
B. That means that 95% of the world lives outside the USA but only has 5% of the Gospel witness.
C. Again the work is out there. Will you go beyond the caution line to the work!?
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