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Living the God Life (5 of 5)
Series: Breaking the Chains of Religion
Pastor Jeff Schreve
If you have your Bibles today, turn to Galatians chapter 2, Galatians 2. I want to speak to you on a message I've entitled, "Living the God Life."
Now, Susie came home to her parents. She brought her fiancée. It was the first time they had ever met him. And they had a nice dinner together. And then, her father took the fiancée into his study to talk to him and he began to ask him some questions. And he said to him, "Now, young man, what are your plans for the future?" And he said, "Well," he said, "I am a Torah scholar. I study the Old Testament Torah." And he said, "Well, that's admirable." He said, "How are you going to provide for my daughter?" He said, "Well, I'm going to study and God is going to provide." He said, „Oh, I see." He said, "Well, what are you going to do for a wedding ring?" Said, "I'm going to study hard. God will provide. He said, "How are you going to take care of living arrangements for the two of you?" "I'm going to study very hard and God will provide." He said, "When you have children, how are you going to provide for your children?" He said, "You need not worry. I'm going to study and God will provide." Well, about an hour later, he was talking to his wife back in the kitchen. And she said to him, "Well, what did you find out about our son-in-law to be?" He said, "Well, he has no plans. He has no goals. He has no strategy. But the good news is he thinks I'm God."
Well, I want to talk to you today about living the God life; not to be mistaken for God, but to live a life as God intended you to live; as His child to live - to live the kind of life that Jesus, during the days of His flesh, lived as He walked on the earth, "Living the God Life."
Sad, but true, most Christians don't really live the God life. They don't really live a life the way God intended, and they don't let God live through them. See, true Christianity ...
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