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Becoming More of a Passionate Participator | Message 7
In the gospel of Mark we are admonished to “Love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind, and with all thy strength” but how to fulfill this is a problem. The cares of this world, the deceitfulness of riches and the lust of other things compete for our attention continually, but God will never compete for your love. Instead He simply says, “Come unto me”.
This message is about refocusing our attention on the really important things, the eternal things, things that make a lasting difference to us, and to God.
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- Ps. 50:15, 23
- Mat. 11:28-29
- It’s not in the money, Bragging on God, Just too busy, Participators verses observers, Levels of participation, Exhibitionists, Opposition motivation, Money motivated, Vicarious feelings, Personal connection, Financial investment, Family connection, A vested interest, A unique future, Total involvement, Passionate or lukewarm, Committed, Come unto me, A light burden, Unresolved conflicts, Stagnated or motivated, seeing God’s involvement, When God becomes more important, Where are your affections, A what if.
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