The Changed Life (3 of 7) by Kenton Beshore
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-- just the theology of change. We all want change, right? We want some fundamental things in our life to change. That's why I came to Jesus. I needed some things to change. The world tells us how to change. It gives us the secret to change. What's the secret to change? It's to find the strength within you, the inner good. And if you just focus on that, you think about it, but the secret to change is within you. And the problem is that's just not true. And the Bible tells us it's not true. In fact, as we look through Romans 5, 6, 7 and 8, we're going to discover really the secret to change. And the secret to change is God's supernatural strength in our life. It's not us at all. And it's not outside of us. It's up, as we look up and we look to God.
So we're going to see the secret to change. There are four things I don't want you to walk away with, that's a different kind of mindset, a different kind of thinking so that as we go through Romans 8, it will build and you'll get this sense of, this is the secret to change or Changeology. You know, in -- a guy named Ralph Kitner [ph] did a survey, the pastors in the United States. He send it around and he said, if there was one passage of scripture, you were marooned at sea and ended up on a deserted island, what would be the one passage of scripture out of the whole Bible you would want? Romans 8 was the overwhelming response of pastors across the nation. And so we're in Romans 8. We're going to spend the next weeks in this while we spend time together. In fact, even on Father's Day, next weekend, talks about the Fatherhood of God right out of Romans 8. So it's going to be great.
So if you're new to our church, you're unconvinced, you're not so sure that, you know -- you're not convinced that the Bible's true, that Jesus is who He says He is. This is a great weekend for you to be here because you're going to see what God says is the secret to change ...
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