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In this section of the Gospel of Luke, Jesus has "turned to Jerusalem." It appears that when his disciples start to offer to follow him, Jesus gets "cranky" with them. Why would there be a "cranky" or "grumpy" Jesus?!? This sermon addresses the idea that Jesus wants the disciples--all of us--to "come into the Kingdom of God." But this is not a destination as on a map. It is a way of life. It is a way of being. It is about loving our neighbors as ourselves. And there is an urgency about it that Christ expects. Jesus is not cranky, Jesus wants us to love.
The cross made it possible for God to simultaneously hate sin and love sinners. (A fill-in-the-blank sermon note handout is available for download on our website.)
This morning we continued our series "What the Bible Does not Say" with Love Has Limits Our Earthly love has limits, God's love does not. Nothing can separate us from his love. If God loves us in this way should sin limit our love for others?
We continue our study through the Sermon on the Mount.
God intended for His Church to be Gospel-Centered. This entails actively reading Scripture and pursuing the righteousness of God based on His Scriptures.
If I love my own children so much, how much more could the heavenly Father love me?
What ultimately defines the Church is not spiritual gifts or skills, nor great teaching, or music as great as they are. What defines the Church is the love we’ve experienced and the love others experience through us. One of the primary ways we express his love is through the gifts that are given.