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Most of us want to make a difference in our world......have our voice heard.....be an influence. God calls us to do that very thing.....and yet, how can we be a good influence for Christ in such a fallen world. Peter gives us some ideas.
With His triumphal entry into Jerusalem, Jesus left no question that He embraced His identity as the long-awaited Messiah. He demonstrated meticulous control of the events leading up to the Cross in such a way that reflected divine design in accordance with OT images and prophecies. It is passages like these that force the reader to take seriously the "Liar-Lunatic-Lord" argument made famous by C.S. Lewis. For, Jesus leaves no room for categories like He was nothing more than a good teacher or a prophet. He believed Himself to be much more than that, and this was demonstrated through His works and works. The only question that remains, then, is, "How will you respond to Jesus?" Will you receive Him as King with praise embodied in the words from your mouth, the faith anchored in your heart, and a lifestyle of service to Him? Or, will you reject Him? Jesus is clear that those who choose the latter will be held accountable for that decision.
Pastor Michael continues his teaching upon the ingredients that causes missions, evangelism, discipleship and service in the early church. He shows how they came to faith through grace and as a result of God’s presence they were in awe and began to love and serve one another. Once these things begin to happen, the next progressive characteristic we see is how they continued in fellowship and praising God.
Think on these things . . . things that incline your mind toward your God.
TLR - February 19, 2013 - Bryce Taylor (Play)
What is worship? How do we do it? Why do we do it? To whom do we give it?
We become like what we worship. We have the opportunity to worship the Living God and become alive.