Tony MylesJanuary 29, 2023
Passage: John 8:12-15
It was rare for Jesus to be in front of people who didn't wish He was different from who He really was. How does our understanding of Jesus impact how we see ourselves and the purpose He has called us to?
Pastor Tony Myles
When you know Jesus more , you can see everything more (see John 8:12-15a).
Where in life are you "at the edge?"
How might you also be "at the edge?"
Just as there's a deeper reality to life than the we often live in, there's a deeper reality to than what we may consider...
and, accordingly, there's a deeper reality to .
Your own... personal... Jesus.
"For the Son of Man came to seek and save those who are lost." (Luke 19:10)
If we Jesus down to less than who He is when we think of Him, we all of who He is when we need Him.
Consequently, we spend our lives in a fog of from our deeper purpose in life.
At the edge of purpose (Luke 3:21-22, Luke 4:1-13)
Notice, each tough thing Jesus faced was something "" others .
"Part of what makes the shadow mission so tempting is that it's usually so closely related to our gifts and passions. It's not 180 degrees off track; it is just 10 degrees off track, but that 10 degrees is in the direction of hell."
- John Ortberg
Notice, by acknowledging through Scripture what wasn't His purpose, Jesus powerfully . (Luke 4:14)
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