The Messiah’s Authoritative Discipleship

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Saying we’re committed to Christ is easier than actually being committed to Christ. Especially in a culture that doesn’t openly persecute Christians, we can claim commitment because it gains us status, contacts, or influence. We may also delay acting on our commitment until a time when it might fit better into our schedule. These temptations are real, and they reveal hearts that may not be as committed as our mouths declare. Those who claim Christ out of convenience may be among the first to reject Him when persecution begins. And those who pursue Christ when it’s convenient will find that discipleship is rarely convenient. Following Christ is not about mere words; it’s a lifestyle that demands radical and immediate commitment and sacrifice. May God grant us to be true disciples who resolutely commit our lives to Him. – Pastor Rory Martin

Sunday at Liberty

  • BTH: Pastor Rory–Ecclesiology–Growth vs Discipleship
  • AM: Pastor Rory–Matthew 8:18-22–The Messiah’s Authoritative Discipleship (sermon notes)
  • PM: Pastor Nate–John 6:1-26–Jesus Is the Bread of Life

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