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Jesus-centered living energizes and positions us for a life of significance. All we have to do is live a life to please an audience of one. Jesus.
Everyone has a past that has scars and stars but it is our responsibility to deal with our baggage no matter where it came from and we can give to God that which we are not designed to carry. Today we are to embrace grace and pursue virtue and to take action in our lives for God's kingdom plan for us.
Like the blind man, Bartimaeus, we are all in need of true healing. God's plan is not for you to suffer, but for you to live. Do not let the world hold you back. We all need his healing touch.
We as a church believe that when we turn our lives over to Christ, we become a new creation and in a very real sense, the old “self” has passed away. But the qualifier to this, that each of us knows well, is that our old ways, habits, and personality faults linger on, sometimes in powerful ways that seem counter to our belief that we are now “new.” What does it really mean to be new in Christ? If I am new in Christ, why don’t I feel or act new? What can I do about the baggage that seems to keep me from being a new person? This message examines key Scriptures dealing with the fact that sanctification is ongoing, not instantaneous.
No matter what baggage we carry, Jesus can unpack it for us.
We all have excess baggage and Jesus is the only one who can get rid of it for us.
How To Recognize Truth, Because It's Right In Front Of You.