Timeless by Fred Michaux

Timeless
Resurrection Saturday
Fred Michaux
4/3/10

Opening

Giveaway…as wrap to last series, investing in your family's rest…(drawing for Busch Tickets)

Introduce next two weeks, grab Overtons' magazine…ask question about magazines or shows where you like to envision yourself in the story (Man vs. Wild)

That's what we should be doing with Scripture every day, reading, and letting the Holy Spirit speak to us about being in The Story, not an observer but a participant…over the next two weeks, we are going to place ourselves in the story of the Resurrection of Jesus!


Introduction

"Not everything is timeless. Take for example this…" (need some crazy fashions/hairstyles)

What are some sayings, some words, that have not withstood the test of time?

"I am at one with God, rescued from myself, just as if I'm perfect, because Jesus paid it all." …My prayer is that by the end of this service (or over the next two weeks) tonight, there won't be one person in the room who can't say those timeless words!

I am at one with God, rescued from myself, just as if I'm perfect, because Jesus paid it all. (then have that phrase dissolve into the: atonement, redemption, justification, propitiation. Four timeless words that should forever be the foundation of our lives, for us, our children, for every generation, for as long as this world is making history)

As we step into the story of the resurrection of Jesus, we find a timeless statement that should be the foundation of The Story, our story with God.



Atonement -- separation revelation

(need compilation of Mark 16:1-8, Matthew 28:1-7, Luke 24:1012)

(stop and make this point as part of reading…not a slide) -- focus on Mark 16:3…one of the most profound acts of faith in all of Scripture, this group of ladies having purchased burial spices the night before and now making their way to the tomb with nothing except their faith that God will make a way for them to enter in…

Listen, the ...


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