Luke 7:11-16 and 1 Corinthians 15:54
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Luke 15:1-2, 11-24 (NIV)
This is Mark Mobley's last sermon as senior pastor. We will be talking about Christmas Eve at the Mobley's house, Dr. Seuss' greatest quote, the drug God deals, who my kids should blame for my parenting skills, what we are afraid to let go of and why we shouldn't be, the power of faith, the centrality of love, and what it all leads up to.
What you have is not nearly as important as what you do with what you have.
We are going to talk about poor ways to name your child, what it takes to get God's attention, weird science, heavy people, why it is not a fun size, what God is interested in, Heaven's grading system, the best life possible, and what God wants every Christian to be like.
We need to make the decision that following God will lead me to the best life possible.
We must never value someone else’s words more than we value God’s.
Life will never satisfy you unless you submit to the wisdom of God.
There is something in you that no power, no pressure, no failure, no circumstances can take away.
Most of the time you don't need a change of place, you just need a change of attitude.
Fear manifests itself as excuses
We will be talking about dreaming animals, dreaming boys, God's dreams, the danger of dreams, innocent dreams, the wrath of the dreamless, what cannot be stolen, dream delayers, dreamless thinking, seeing invisible things, and how to make your dreams come true.
We need to pay attention to other people as we go through our everyday life.
I am going to talk about things that don't make sense, what God did to the Israelite men that didn't make sense, what God asks us to do that doesn't make sense, our reaction to God's nonsensical request, why we are wrong, and why God not making sense makes perfect sense if you just think about it.
God wants to work in your life, cutting away everything that draws life and power away from you.
I will be talking about the life of the Apostle John, why he lived so long, how Robbin lies every day, camping trip escapades, where we get confidence, how to be courageous, unflattering outfits, where not to make your bed, Satan's crowbar, and the ultimate theological conclusions of Karl Barth.