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We’ve all heard of the three primary colors; blue, red & green. Every color we see is a combination of these three basic wave lengths. The sad truth is that the same is true of evil. All evil may be boiled down to one or more of three evil roots. Are you a follower of Christ? If so a huge part of your job description is to pull those roots out of your life as deeply as possible.
Suffering is part of the Christian's life. It is a part of our union with Christ in the He suffers with the Church and believers when they suffer but also that we suffer with others in that union. Suffering is very much a part of our union with Christ and it extends in both directions.
The people of Jerusalem were so excited when Christ entered the city, but this excitement soon turned to anger as they shouted "crucify him." They were only fans for a moment, far from followers. Even the disciples scattered for fear of what might happen to them. Are you a fan or follower of Christ?
An introduction to Philippians 1:18-26. The Apostle Paul's reckless abandonment led to abundant life.
This is the last message in our Not a Fan Series. What is the difference between a fan and a follower? One word: Surrender. You see, you can't fully trust Him if your busy building your own kingdom.
As part of our landmark "Disciple: What it Means to Follow Jesus" series, Chris Carr teaches "Advance!" from Matthew 26 & 28.
In the text today, we see Jesus making another great invitation to come follow Him, but with this invitation came a great challenge, and that is, if anyone would come after Him and be His disciple, they must deny themselves and take up their cross. In other words, a true disciple is one who denies and dies.
The second sermon in a series about what it means to live as a Jesus-follower. How do we satisfy our longings and the things we hunger for?