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LISTEN NOW! Have you ever wondered what a life of perfection looks like? One Person walked that out: Jesus. Jesus walked out perfection and He wants us to do what He did in His life obeying the Father.
Todd White, of Lifestyle Christianity, articulates this perfectly, “Jesus is the will of God. Anything you see in the life of Jesus is exactly what God would do and exactly what God would say.” White further points out, “Jesus never did anything apart from the Father, showing Him to do it. And, He never said anything apart from the Father, that told Him what to say.” This clearly points out how Jesus was so effectively able to minister and reach all of those that He continually encountered. Regardless of where Jesus went, as White highlights, “He preached, He taught, He healed.”
In America, some may perceive that the dream is to rest, and not being mobile. But, what if God wants us on a plane somewhere bringing the Gospel to another nation? We have to go back and search out the patterns and the roads that God gave us so that we can better live out our lives that God calls us to.
We are only given a moment in time to live out each breath that God gives us. In an environment like many are experiencing in Iran, and the Middle East, you pay attention, but it’s real difficult to pay attention in the blessing. Now is the time to live our lives as Jesus lived His life. If we want to know if we are living right, just look at Jesus. Bill Johnson, of Bethel Church, said it best. “Jesus is Perfect Theology”. Be encouraged and reminded about the power of Jesus Christ and the simplicity of His life that He walked out each and every day, and so much more. Also shared in this segment: Vine Seminar, Emmaus Road Discipleship, Abiding, relationships, and evangelism. Greg and Steve shared in this segment.
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