It's All About Jesus (1 of 8) by Jeff Schreve
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Series: It's All About Jesus
Pastor Jeff Schreve
Without question, the most controversial person in all of human history is Jesus. Pretty amazing when you think about it, Jesus was a guy who lived about 2,000 years ago. He was born in Bethlehem, but He moved to Nazaress when, Nazareth when He was just a little kid. And Nazareth wasn't any place of importance. It was really the other side of the tracks. They said, "Can any good thing come out of Nazareth?" But that's where He grew up. And He learned a trade, to be a carpenter, just like his step-dad, Joseph. And, then, when Jesus was 30 years old, He began His public ministry. His public ministry only lasted three and a half years. And Jesus taught. And Jesus preached. And He really didn't travel more than about a 50 mile radius. He was just centered right there between Jerusalem and Galilee, and that's pretty much where He carried on His ministry for three and a half years. He wasn't on television. He wasn't on radio or the Internet. They didn't have any of those things. He didn't even write a book with His own hand. And it's amazing. He lived so long ago in just a relatively obscure place, and we're still talking about Him today. On every continent of the planet people are talking about Jesus and singing praises to Jesus. But a lot of people are confused about Jesus. There are lots of misunderstandings about Jesus. The average person on the street, if you ask them this question, "Who is Jesus?" they have trouble answering. Watch the screens.
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Does Jesus matter? Is He significant? Yes! We're starting a new series, and it's a theme for our church this whole year, and the theme in this series is simply called this: "It's All About Jesus." "It's All About Jesus."
Colossians chapter 1 and verse 18 says this: "Jesus is also head of the body, the church. He is the beginning, the firstborn ...
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