by Jason Dees

Sanctity of Human Life
Jason Dees
Genesis 1:24-31

I first of all want to thank you all and let you know how excited Paige and I are to be joining you all in this endeavor to plant a church in Buckhead. First of all we see the incredible need for Gospel Centered Churches inside the perimeter and we are honored and excited to hopefully be used of God for the sake of Jesus in our city. But secondly I want you to know that we couldn't ask for a better mother church and I mean that. A huge reason that we are here is my respect for your pastor and my respect for you as a body of believers and it is amazing to us how missional and generous in sending people and resources with us, and not only with us but with missions efforts all over the world... So thank you for this opportunity I am truly humbled by it...

And secondly I am grateful for the opportunity to preach to you today. I have been preaching every week for a long time now so kind of stepping out of that has been a little strange for that and even though I know the first Sunday of Fall break is not really when you pull your Ace out of the bullpen I was happy to be available to preach to you on this important Hot Topic.

So our scripture reading for today comes from the very first chapter of the very first book of the Bible so if you are new to church or if you have been at church a long time I invite you to turn with me to Genesis 1:1 and if you need a Bible you can either grab the Bible in the pew rack or if you are in the activity center we will have some guys coming around that would love to give you a bible and if you don't have a Bible feel free to take this home with you.

So Genesis 1:24-31 Very first book very first chapter... Now the way we understand the Bible is that when the Bible authors were writing these ancient books, so in the case of Genesis it was the prophet Moses, but when the Biblical authors were writing these books they were doing so under the inspiration of the very Holy S ...

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