Love Completely (3 of 4) by Fred Lowery
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Series: One Month to Live
Dr. Fred Lowery
John 10:10; John 13:1; Luke 10:27-28; 1 Corinthians 1:18; Romans 15:7; Genesis 2:25; Philippians 2:4; John 13:4-5; Philippians 2:13; Colossians 3:13
April 6, 2008
Powerful, powerful message. Last week we talked about living passionately to be fully alive. And to start really living, fully living and the greatest risk is not risking. That's what we talked about last week. So let's go for it. Let's take the risk because it's worth it. John 10:10 the thief comes only to steal and to kill and destroy. I have come that they may have life and have it to the full. So whether your life stinks or whether your life is pretty good right now, God wants you to have a better life. To be fully alive, because that's how He designed you. He made us to live abundantly. So here is the deal. To be fully alive and to really live you must choose Jesus Christ. There is no other way to the truly abundant life. You have to invite God into your life. And it's your choice and it's something that only you can do. Nobody can do it for you. At the end of this message today I'm going to give you the opportunity to walk down one of these aisles and invite Jesus Christ into your heart and life as your Lord and Savior. To do that is to live. To do that is to live a quality of life now that is far beyond anything you could imagine. And to live eternally with the Lord. So the greatest risk is not risking at all. Trusting Jesus is the greatest decision you could ever make. The second greatest risk is in loving. Loving people. You've got to be willing to take risks or you won't spend your life loving people. Because sometimes it can be very challenging. But it's in our DNA. We are to love. God is love. And God made us to love and God called us to love. This month at the Simple Church, our off campus church is just doing great by the way and our church we are challenging our people to live a no regrets li ...
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