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James: Even The Good Die Young (6 of 7)
Series: Beyond The Glory
Pastor Chris Brown
Mark 10:35-41, Acts 12:1-2
James: Potential Personified
Mark 1:14-20, 2:13-21, 5:35-43, 6:7-13, 9:2-10, 10:35-41,14:32-35, John 21:24-25
BEYOND THE GLORY:
Sometimes The Good Die Young
Acts 12:1-2, Romans 8:17-25, 2 Corinthians 5:1-10, Ephesians 5:15-21
James 4:13-17, Luke 12:13-34, 1 John 2:15-17, Colossians 1:26-27
1. Expect the world to be broken.
2. We really don't know our future.
3. Obedience is today, not tomorrow.
4. Death is graduation.
Food for Thought
1. We never know when life is going to take a major turn, as it did for James. How does Isaiah 55:8-11 help you live "in the now" for Jesus in light of the possibility of life taking a sudden turn for the worse? Is there any frustration when reading it? If so, why is that? What does it cause you to be thankful for?
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