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1/27/19- #18- The Society of the Jesus Creed: PERSPECTIVE
Steve preaches Luke 14:15-24

Question: What is the kingdom of God like – i.e. what are the values lived out in the kingdom of God?
Main Point: Jesus’s promise of eternal joy in and beyond this life gives us perspective in our present day-to-day life.
Next Steps: Learn to look through God’s end of the binoculars

a/v: tommy, brandon
girls: gia

guys: gary,daniel,kenny,kirk,aaron,josh,hank

-8:30-rehearse CHOIR ROOM 
-9:25- pre-service music
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*Song 1- 
-Welcome


-Call to Worship
*Song 2- 

-Message
*Song 3-

-Offering
*Song 4- 

-Announcements/Benediction
 



 


 

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PART 3: THE SOCIETY OF THE JESUS CREED- A spiritually formed person lives out kingdom values 
View The Jesus Creed schedule here.

JANUARY

-1/27/19- #18~ The Society of the Jesus Creed: Perspective

Steve preaches Luke 14:15-24/ kids sing- no m4m

Question: What is the kingdom of God like – i.e. what are the values lived out in the kingdom of God?
Main Point: Jesus’s promise of eternal joy in and beyond this life gives us perspective in our present day-to-day life.
Next Steps: Learn to look through God’s end of the binoculars

Luke 14:15-24 The Passion Translation (TPT)

15 When they heard this, one of the dinner guests said to Jesus, “Someday God will have a kingdom feast,[a] and how happy and privileged will be the ones who get to share in that joy!”

16 Jesus replied with this parable:

“There was a man who invited many to join him in a great feast. 17 When the day for the feast arrived, the host instructed his servant to notify all the invited guests and tell them, ‘Come, for everything is now ready for you!’ 18 But one by one they all made excuses. One said, ‘I can’t come. I just bought some property and I’m obligated to go and look it over.’ 19 Another said, ‘Please accept my regrets, for I just purchased five teams of oxen[b] and I need to make sure they can pull the plow.’ 20 Another one said, ‘I can’t come because I just got married.’

21 “The servant reported back to the host and told him of all their excuses. So the master became angry and said to his servant, ‘Go at once throughout the city and invite anyone you find—the poor, the blind, the disabled, the hurting, and the lonely—and invite them to my banquet.’

22 “When the servant returned to his master, he said, ‘Sir, I have done what you’ve asked, but there’s still room for more.’

23 “So the master told him, ‘All right. Go out again, and this time bring them all back with you. Persuade the beggars on the streets, the outcasts, even the homeless. Urgently insist that they come in and enjoy the feast so that my house will be full.’

24 “I say to you all, the one who receives an invitation to feast with me and makes excuses will never enjoy my banquet.”

FEBRUARY

-2/3
Communion Sunday
out: steve/carolina point wyldlife camp

-2/10
cradle call
congregational meeting

-2/17
basketball

(out:gia) 

-2/24
communicants

MARCH

-3/3

-3/10

-3/17

-3/24
kids sing

-3/31
SPHN/Spring Break

 

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