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Pastor gives us a guide to staying on the right track amidst some of the difficulties of life.
Weâ€™re told in this story in John 13:12-17: â€œWhen he had washed their feet and put on his outer garments and resumed his place, he said to them, â€˜Do you understand what I have done to you? It is in this setting of deathâ€™s sobriety and last words that Jesus speaks to His disciples, His friends. It is in this setting of scandalous humility that Christ speaks to us through His words about His dying commands and wishes for those who have been loved by Him. ...that you love one another: just as I have loved you.
Memory Verse: John 11:25 â€“ Jesus said to her, â€œI am the resurrection and the life. He who believes in Me, though he may die, he shall live."
To follow Jesus means that we embrace a call that makes no sense to the world, but it makes total sense to those who know him. Those who know Jesus want to live like Jesus. And that includes some pretty tough things - like dying.
Listen as Mike Gunn preaches about John 2 1-11 Jesus' first miracle at the wedding banquet. Mike was still recovering from major knee replacement surgery earlier in the week. Suffering in pain as the Spirit led him to preach with clarity and passion. You don't want to miss this message.
Today we are going to look at some words of Jesus that were not spoken specifically and exclusively for the family, but can certainly be applied to family relationships. This principle can be applied to every area of life--it applies to your family life, your spiritual life, your marriage, your job, your church, and on and on. This is the principle: Love Comes First.