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By Ed Young
June 21, 2015
Every father has the potential to leave a lasting legacy. His hope is to pass on to the next generation those tributes that will make a difference in the world. But does this just happen? Or is there strategy behind it?
In this special Father’s Day weekend message, Pastor Ed Young welcomes special guests Willie and Korie Robertson from the hit television show “Duck Dynasty”. Together, they help us understand the purpose God has for every family and the dynasty every dad can build!
[Before delivering the message, Pastor Ed interviews Willie and Korie Robertson from the television show Duck Dynasty.]
Please be seated for just a couple of moments. You know, as I said earlier, these folks have definitely brought camouflage to the forefront. And I was thinking as I was researching camouflage, how old is camouflage? And a lot of people say camouflage is like 200 years old, some say maybe 150 years old. Wrong. Do you know who wore the first camouflage? Adam and Eve. You remember? They were in the Garden, they were naked, had no shame in their game. Then they decided to rebel against God. The Bible says that they understood, they realized they were naked so what did they do? The Scripture says they took a needle and thread and they sewed fig leaves together to cover their nakedness. We’ve been doing that, haven’t we, ever since? Trying to cover our shame, our guilt, our nakedness. Camouflage, camouflage.
Yet, if you really think about it there is no way we can sew our way to God. We’ve tried to sew our way to God. And all the world religious, study them, they’re basically sewing contests. “I’ll sew this and sew that. I can cover my guilt, my shame, my nakedness.”
At the end of the day, though, questions remain. At the end of the day, though, we’re still naked. And we use pleasure and possessions and fun and all that to try to cover our nakedness, yet we have a clothing issue. We’ve got a clothing issue. Camo Couture. What’s what I’m calling this two-week series.
June 26, 2015
Camouflage is everywhere – from the war room to the boardroom. It’s a fashion statement that is made daily by millions. But is there more to this design that just fabric and color?
In this message by Pastor Ed Young, he unpacks the true power of CAMO in all of our lives. He helps us discover that the ultimate garment is designed for us by God to be worn and displayed in a way that transforms everything!
Welcome to Allaso Ranch! I’m standing right here in the middle of this absolutely amazing camp. Every time I walk out here I’m like, this is crazy! And I thank you, Fellowship Church, for your generosity in making this happen. I remember several years ago when Lisa and I were praying about what we were gonna do financially to make this camp a reality. I remember when so many of you were praying about what to do, and look at this camp. It’s absolutely amazing! There is nothing like it. I think about the tens of thousands of lives who come through here each and every year, and I think about what God has done. It is great. Let’s give God an Allaso Ranch amazing, amazing round of applause. If you’ve not been to Allaso you need to come up here and check it out. And if your kids aren’t going to Allaso you need to sign them up, because I’m telling you spots are filling up even for next year. So I’m looking forward to seeing what God’s gonna do.
You know, last weekend, I don't know if you were here for the Dad Dynasty weekend. We had the Duck Dynasty folks in, Willie and Korie Robertson. They were so, so great. Really enjoyed meeting them and talking to them. Well, I began a series called Camo, that’s right camouflage, Camo Couture. Part 1 was last week. If you missed it go online and you can watch it. Part 2, I thought about well, I can do it at Grapevine, I can do this message in Miami, in Fort Worth, but I said no, no, no. The best place is at Allaso Ranch. Because I’m up here speaking to our junior high students, and I want you to join me as I do Part 2 from Allaso Ranch as we talk about Camo Couture. You might be going, what’s that? You’ll see in a second. Come on inside. It’s gonna be great.
The fashion world is on fire with camouflage. From the runways of Milan to Main Street USA, military and utilitarian clothing is everywhere. But the power of camo isn’t found in the fashion world. The reality is that camo serves a purpose far beyond what we wear.
In this power-packed series, Pastor Ed Young takes a look into the meaning and message of camo from God’s perspective. Kicking off with special guests, Willie and Korie Robertson from the hit series Duck Dynasty, these two weeks will help us all understand what God wants us to wear, where he wants us to go, and what he wants us to do in order to make a lasting difference in the world around us.