One of the greatest compliments that could be given to a Christian is to say that spent their life “Going with God.” Let’s look at some lessons on what it looks like to “Go with God” from a man who spent his life devoted to God.
When we try to hide our sins what do we hope to accomplish? Do we hope to deceive everyone around us? Ourselves? God? We are not pulling the wool over God’s eyes, so let’s stop trying to. King David gives us a great example of how we can react to sin. Let’s not make some of the same mistakes he did.
Tonight Matthew Higginbotham, our soon-to-be new youth minister, shares his first sermon with us here at Great Oaks, a great study from Luke 7:36-50. In this text, a woman interrupts a meal between Jesus and a Pharisee, provoking responses from both of them. What does it teach us about people, and what does it teach us about Jesus?