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Monster - Way, Truth, Life (7 of 9)
Series: The Most of my Life
Reverend: Faith is such an exciting principle. It's the foundational principle for our Christian life. Without faith, we have no spiritual life. Without faith, we can't please God. And it is faith that connects us to God. And this week is a week of faith. This week together, there's lots of us and it has been - I've got to talk to lots of you this week. And I am so excited about your heart and passion and commitment to reach our community with the Gospel of Jesus Christ, so see people come to know Jesus, to have a place where they can grow, to extend God's love to our community. And to do that, it does take faith. And so we're going to talk about faith this morning.
I want to use an illustration that's a little different. But the illustration I'm going to use is Monster Garage. And if you've seen it, you're truly a happy person. And if you haven't. But Monster Garage is a great illustration of how God builds faith in our life. If you have, you know - how many of you have seen Monster Garage or Monster House? All right, raise your hands. Be proud. Okay, the rest of you, you don't even know what I'm talking about. It's worth the price of basic cable. It's on Discovery Channel.
And there are these new hit shows where essentially Jesse James, who's kind of a maverick mechanic who builds motorcycles - so he's got to be a great guy - lives in Long Beach. They get a team of designers together, four or five people, and they turn a bus so it still looks like a bus. Part of the deal is it has to look like what it was originally. So they take a bus, and that bus kind of morphs into a pontoon boat and back into a bus. Or they take a Mustang and they convert it into a high-speed lawnmower so it can, you know, drive 100 mph and go really fast as a lawnmower. Or they take in a limousine, looks like a limousine, but it's also a fire engine. Or they take a - they do a ...
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