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What would Jesus do about the pace of His life? He worked, he related (relationships were an integral part of His life) and he spent time in purposeful privacy. Don't think Balance, think Rhythm. In other words release killer expectations, and think in terms of seasons and stages. Oscilate work and rest.
A sermon on Romans 12:9-21, focusing on "Relating to Others," preached by Stephen McAlpin on 4/14/2013 at the Chinese Baptist Church of Greater Boston, in the English service for youth.
Gospel intentionality is a lifestyle that is seeking every opportunity to proclaim the gospel with actions and words, to both believers and unbelievers. It is a life that is not compartmentalized into religious activities and non-religious activities but instead sees everything as an opportunity to proclaim the gospel. This includes hobbies, home, work, school and the church. A gospel intentional person is a repentant person who recognizes his or her own pressing need for the gospel. In the following message, we further explore the book of Mark to see how Jesus both lived and taught a life of gospel intentionality.
Some key Biblical principles that guide our relations with one another