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How To Know If You Are Growing Spiritually (5 of 5)
Series: Outlive Your Life
Dr. Fred Lowery
Luke 18:18-19; Luke 18:22-23; John 2:23-25; Ephesians 4:15-16; 2 Peter 3:18; Philippians 3:10; Psalm 119:11; James 4:17; Titus 1:16; Luke 12:15; Matthew 6:19-20; Matthew 6:33; Matthew 6:24; Ephesians 4:26-27; Ephesians 1:22-23; Hebrews 10:25
October 17, 2010
Aren't you glad that you are a part of a church like that? That was last Sunday all over the city as our people served and amazingly we had more people to serve than we really needed. It was just an amazing thing that so many people were willing to do that last Sunday. What it made me feel like we didn't have enough projects. So we are going to do more projects and we're talking about maybe doing this twice a month. Because the homeless are always there and these needs that this touched lives are always there. We have that opportunity to touch their lives and in small ways that will have big impact. But thank all of you who served last Sunday and gave two and a half hours of service. Thank all of you who gave to the offering last week. The offering last week was a hundred and seventy something thousand dollars. If you add that up, if we did that every Sunday. If all of our people tithed every Sunday just based on the ones who were here last Sunday and it wasn't a really big crowd that would add an extra three point one million each year. Think what you could do with that three point one million dollars. So it does make a difference that when all of us do together what God has told us to do. So exciting time on the 10/10/10. Where are the people this morning? I don't know this crowd; I don't know whether it is just so many ball games or what. I hope it's not sickness but I'm glad that you, you know, every now and then it's good to have a service where just the Christians are here. So it's going to be good. Last week I didn't get to finish my 10/10/10 sermon on abundant life and at the conclusion I ...
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