Hi church family!
A lot of times after I give a sermon, I’m not sure how it is received. I never really hear how the sermon impacts your lives. I want to interact with you all more about my sermons so I thought maybe I would give this a try. If you have any questions, comments, or any kind of feedback, please leave me a message and we can start a dialogue! Hopefully this will help me to connect better with where you are all at, to know how to pray for you, and to improve on future sermons. If you would like the written transcript, message me and I can send it to you.
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Just a quick summary of today’s points: Luke 14:25-35, The Three C’s of Discipleship with Jesus
1. The call to discipleship is universal: All believers are called to be disciples of Christ and to make disciples of Christ.
2. The cost of discipleship is all-encompassing: Jesus demands not just our outward allegiances (to parents, friends, spouse, children, etc), but also our inward allegiance to ourselves (deny ourselves, our dreams and ambitions)
3. The commitment to discipleship is life-long: Discipleship is not just a one-time decision, but a life-style change and a faithfulness until the end.
1. We need to bring the whole message: When we share the Gospel, we share the blessings and also the costs involved.
2. We need to be in it for the long haul: Maturing in Christ is a process that happens through relationships and over the span of years.
I hope you were challenged and blessed. I pray that all of us, including myself, will continue to hold fast to Christ and grow in our love for God and others.
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your message was good! I really like when you use examples from your life too!
Thanks Rebekah! I’m glad you were encouraged