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Sermons about Meekness
Jason Vance describes meekness as "power under control" rather than weakness. Jesus is our example of meekness in that He sought to uphold the truth more than to defend or advance himself.
The Apostle Paul's passionate plea to the Church (The Body Of Christ) to walk united as one body and one spirit professing Jesus Christ.
"Crazy" co-workers are not irritating, your non-favorite or ones that have had a bad day. They are the ones that are mean-spirited and intentionally make you feel small. So how do you deal with them? Ronnie addresses this dilemma in this sermon. Sometimes rebuke, sometimes avoid and sometimes endure.
Meekness is not weakness, but humility even in the face of discord.
If we are committed followers of Christ we have to love our enemies; do good o all who hate us; bless those who curse us and pray for those who mistreat us. This is NOT optional. This is how we are different from the world. This is striving to be like Christ.
What does it mean to be gentle? One of the attributes of the Holy Spirit is gentleness. Like all the others it is an attribute we catch as we walk in the Spirit. But it's also a gift that when we try to go after, we immediately lose. So, how do we acquire this gift?
Being wise is much than knowing stuff. Much, much more.
Looking at a familiar passage of Scripture, The Beatitudes, Pastor Todd preaches on the quintessential qualities of Jesus’ meekness, which compel us to be increasingly conformed to them, and thus to Christ’s image in the same way—and become real.