Learn Humbly (4 of 4) by Fred Lowery
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Series: One Month to Live
Dr. Fred Lowery
Psalm 20:7-8; 2 Corinthians 12:9; Luke 22:54-62; Proverbs 28:13; Mark 16:7; Luke 9:23; Psalm 119:32; Psalm 20:7
April 13, 2008
Oh man, I'm telling you they wanted me to drive one of those in here and I decided not to. But at first it looked like a lot of fun didn't it and then those look like accidents to me. I don't know what you thought but they look a lot like accidents to me up there. You know we're talking about living – you know if you just had one month to live. What would you do? And that's generated a lot of conversation and it should because what we want you to do is to think daily about if this were your last day on this earth. To live a quality of life and to do those thing that matter. To take time to say, tell somebody you love them. To say I'm sorry. To spend time with your family and friends and to do something that is out of the ordinary. To take a risk and live full throttle. And what we're doing is we're looking at the life of Jesus because Jesus is the only person who knew exactly when He was going to die. He knew when it was thirty days left for the cross and He lived His life knowing that He had one month to live. And what we're doing is we're taking the principle straight from the life of Jesus. We talked about the fact that when He knew that He had one month to live He loved completely. Love is the greatest thing in the world. God is love. Relationships ultimately are the only thing in life that matter that counts. So if you only have a month to live or a week to live or a day to live you need to love one another. Love those people closest to you. Tell them that you love them. Show them that you love them. Then last week we talked about Jesus living passionately. He knew His purpose. He was passionate about what His father sent Him to do and He never got away from that one time. He was willing to do whatever He could to make His life count, every day, ever ...
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