The Rich Young Ruler

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March 4, 2018 - Bible Text:

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The ninth sermon in our series; "Encounters"
This week's scripture: Mark 10:17-31

Only half of the sermon is available this week due to a video issue.

Sermon notes for this week:

Heaven is for real! Heaven is for you! Heaven starts here and now! Can you imagine? How great! Read those words again...

You can do it! We can encourage each other, you can do it! Go for it!

When it comes to heaven, we can't do it. Don't need to do it! Jesus did it for us. He has conquered death. He has empowered us with the Holy Spirit to live here as in heaven.

The key to heaven is that God needs to be our primary relationship. How's your relationship with God?

Make a checklist of the most important things in your life and order them. What might you need to give up or give to God? What can you celebrate?

The most important question you can ask is this: Is God more important than anything else?

Read Ecclesiastes this week. The author asks that question in a different way, what can truly satisfy other than God?

Preacher: Joe Tiedemann | Series: Encounters

The ninth sermon in our series; “Encounters”
This week’s scripture: Mark 10:17-31
Only half of the sermon is available this week due to a video issue.
Sermon notes for this week:
Heaven is for real! Heaven is for you! Heaven starts here and now! Can you imagine? How great! Read those words again…
You can do it! We can encourage each other, you can do it! Go for it!
When it comes to heaven, we can’t do it. Don’t need to do it! Jesus did it for us. He has conquered death. He has empowered us with the Holy Spirit to live here as in heaven.
The key to heaven is that God needs to be our primary relationship. How’s your relationship with God?
Make a checklist of the most important things in your life and order them. What might you need to give up or give to God? What can you celebrate?
The most important question you can ask is this: Is God more important than anything else?
Read Ecclesiastes this week. The author asks that question in a different way, what can truly satisfy other than God?