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Series: Outlive Your Life
Dr. Fred Lowery
John 13:3-4; Ephesians 2:10; 1 Corinthians 15:58; Luke 22:27; Philippians 2:3-7; Proverbs 3:28; 1 Corinthians 4:2; John 17:4; Philippians 2:4; Ecclesiastes 11:4; Matthew 6:33; Galatians 1:15; 2 Corinthians 4:7
September 26, 2010
Will your life outlive you? That's an important question because we are talking about 10/10/10 and getting ready because if anybody deserves us to be tens for Him, it's our Lord. And we are excited about what's going to happen on Sunday 10/10/10 and also those projects that we do on that day. And hopefully there is something about the projects in the guide; we will have next Sunday you can sign up for those projects that you will actually do on Sunday the tenth. Remember last Sunday we talked about small groups and I hope I convinced you that you need to be in a small group. I can't give you the help that I want to give you unless you get in a small group. You won't be able to grow like you need to grow. You won't have the fulfillment and the opportunities to serve like you will in a small group. So you need to get in a small group and we will have more information about those small groups and how you can get in to those groups. And today we are going to talk about serving and because God saved us to serve and called us to serve and commands us to serve and gifted us to serve. In fact all gifts are service gifts. So He not only made us to serve and gifted us to serve and so on 10/10/10 we are going to ask you to serve ten percent. That's two and a half hours. And we will have various projects that you can be involved in for those two and a half hours. And then the next Sunday we can talk about Giving because also on 10/10/10 we are going to ask you to give a tithe. Now I got a couple of emails that you didn't understand it completely so let me explain it very, very clearly. God commands us to tithe and He tells us to bring all the tithes to ...
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