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Mark 13:1-37 - Shea Sumlin - In this passage, Jesus begins teaching and preparing His disciples concerning future events (both near and distant) that will occur. Some of these events are painful realities, such as the destruction of the nation of Israel, its temple, false witnesses against the church and immense persecution on those who follow Christ. Yet some of these events also involve our glorious hope, such as the return of Jesus, His righteous judgment of evil and our eternal union with Him. The purpose of Jesus teaching this wasn’t to create hysteria, unleash a wave of Left Behind movies or invoke needless eschatological debates within the church, but rather to prepare them in perseverance for the upcoming persecution, to fix their hope on the glorious promises of Christ yet to be revealed, and to ensure they stay laser-focused on their mission: preaching the gospel to all nations.
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Join us as we reflect on the end of the book of Romans. Here, Paul finishes by encouraging us to be obedient and discerning as we trust in the promise God made through his son Jesus Christ.
This year, "Serve Dei" became "Serve Kingsburg"—a chance to love and serve our city. It was amazing to see how God worked in the lives and hearts of his people. Unique gifts and talents were channeled into a singular purpose—showing the community the love of Christ through acts of service. Projects and events are great, but our ultimate hope is for service to continue becoming a lifestyle rather than just an event. We want to be a church defined by love that overflows in service to our neighbors and our community.
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