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Series: Connect and Serve
I Corinthians 13:4-13
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Connect and Serve: The Way of Love
1 Corinthians 13:4-13
So over the past few weeks Paige and I have gotten into this Netflix original documentary called Making a Murderer, and don't worry I am not going to ruin it for you but it is one of these real life crime dramas and the big question of the series is ''Was the defendant, a guy named Steven Avery, really guilty of this crime?'' And you know because it is real life, there isn't like an all knowing narrator as in a fiction, so you don't really know what happened… And it's a very well made documentary and everyone I talk to that is watching it is hooked, but as Paige and I have talked about it we keep asking the question, ''what really happened?'' I wish we could know… And you know beyond the kind of big public mysteries we all have these little smaller mysteries in our lives that maybe kind of plague us… I talk to a lot of people that think about past relationships, I always wonder if she really loved me, or what really happened with him? was there something more to the story?… And then one that we have probably all have gotten into is the whole question of What would have happened? You know what would have happened if I would have done this or that... If I had done this would this had turn out differently, and we can waste a lot of time thinking about those things and asking those questions… But one of the things that I am most excited about, whenever I think about the Kingdom of Christ is that then we will know. All will be known, we will finally know… There will be nothing untrue in the Kingdom… There will be no deception, no confusion in the Kingdom… And that fact alone is just so encouraging… But that's the tip of the Iceberg in the Kingdom of Christ, when all things are made new, in the New Heavens and the New Earth in the words ...
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