Changeology - Agent of Change (9 of 9) by Kenton Beshore
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Series: The Most of My Life
Last week was Mother's Day and for the first time in 23 years as your Pastor, I missed Mother's Day, wasn't here. But I heard Jeff did a great job, and it was a great day. He did.
I was with my wife celebrating 29 years of marriage. That's something worth celebrating, isn't it?
And we had a great time, best investment that you can make in life, better than anything. Best, single best investment is in your marriage, right, men? I'll give you another shot at that. Single best. Single best investment you can make in life, men, is in your marriage. Am I right? There you go. All right, a little bit better. okay.
All right. We're in a series title of Changeology. If you would pull out your outlines, we're talking about the theology of change. And I am very excited about this series because we talk about, as Christ's followers, how God has changed our life. We talk about this point in our life, when all of a sudden, we were overwhelmed with the truth that we weren't alone, and that God really loved us. He expressed it by sending His son, Jesus to come and die for our sins. There was forgiveness. There was new life that was possible. We, in a moment, opened our heart to God and His love through Jesus Christ and we were changed. And we tell our friends, my life's been changed. And it didn't just stop there. Our life continues to change.
But the question that we're dealing with is, how does that happen? What does it look like? What is God's part? What is our part? And can you explain it? And do you understand what's going on? So at critical moments, in those life-defining moments where you're making decisions for life, follow God or death and sin, do you know what it is that you need to do and what God's doing and what your part? We're talking about change. In my own life, I wanted change. I accepted Jesus, I needed ...
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