We are not perfect. We should not pretend to be. But we also are responsible to carry the name of Christ. We are as Paul writes, “Ambassadors for Christ,” representatives of God’s Kingdom. How might we be better seen not for our sake but for the sake of those who desperately need to see a living, en-fleshed example of God’s transforming grace?
Messages in This Theme:
Feb 16 – Don’t Take God’s Name In Vain
Feb 23 – Salt, Light, A City On A Hill
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As Part 3 of the Litmus Test series, this week’s message “Credibility” offers a good standard for determining what it looks like for us to follow Jesus. What proof or evidence is there that someone is truly a follower of Jesus? The “fruit of the spirit” offers some helpful guidance. Key Scriptures: John 15:5-8 (NLT), Galatians 5:22-23 (NLT)
What does a Christian have to say or believe in order to be considered a Christian? There is one confession that cost even the earliest disciples their lives: “Jesus is Lord.” What does “Jesus is Lord” mean for us today? Key Scriptures: 1 Corinthians 12:3, Romans 10:9-10 (NIV)