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What would you cry out for if Jesus asked you, "What do you want me to do for you"? Don't let the crowd silence you. Jesus is our ONLY hope.
Jesus said to eat my flesh and drink my blood? Are you serious? Who in the world would do that? If we are not going to follow Jesus then who or what will you follow?
Jesus continues His sermon on the mount by addressing a new obstacle to our "greater righteousness" – hypocrisy – especially as it relates to the three important practices: giving to the poor, praying and fasting. He wants us to stop performing to the crowd and instead do these things for an audience of One.
Youth Sunday sermon by guest, MInister Alexis Brown, referencing Mark 2:1-12 when Jesus was speaking the Word while a CROWD of people gathered to listen, expecting THEIR miracle. We need to make room for prayer, offer miracles by making room for others, according to your standards, may not fit in with "your crowd". We have to pray for and help others and trust the faith of Jesus Christ in our lives. Be bold with the love of Christ and be fighters for justice, freedom, and what is right --by any means necessary!
The series wraps up by covering how to become a disciple of Jesus Christ, how to help others become disciples and remembering where others are coming from.
Prayer is a powerful thing. Even more powerful is when people gather together as one and lift up their voice to God in prayer. This is a house of prayer.
â€œWhen I was ten I read fairy tales in secret and would have been ashamed if I had been found doing so. Now that I am fifty I read them openly. When I became a man I put away childish things, including the fear of childishness and the desire to be very grown up.â€ - C.S. Lewis To be so self-absorbed, so fearful of the opinions of others, so defined by what others think, is a sure way to miss the real Jesus. To be like a child, to be willing to look foolish for Jesus is a crushing blow to your pride, and it is a necessary step to meet the real Jesus. Have you gotten over the fear of looking childish? Itâ€™s one of the ways you know youâ€™re growing up.