The Emperor Augustus of the Roman empire was the most powerful man on the planet. He was also the wealthiest man in the Empire. He was called son of God, Savior of the world, King of Kings and Lord. Yet while Augustus was ruling, a little baby born in a stable in Bethlehem would have far greater impact that Augustus. Eventually all the titles used for a Augustus would be used to describe Jesus. Today we honor Jesus and not Augustus.
God has promised to accept us, so we as the people of God should accept one another.
We might seek relaxation, comfort and safety. We might even buy a Lazy Boy Chair. But Jesus calls us away from all that. God’s Kingdom is filled with adventure but will we leave the comfort behind and follow Jesus?
The message will focus on four insights found in Prov. 3: 5, 6 which constitute fundamental advice for life. These four insights include a principle, a precaution, a practicality and a promise.
Sermon preached at Gold Canyon United Methodist Church in Gold Canyon, Arizona on March 25, 2018 by Rev. Fred A. Steinberg Gold Canyon United Methodist Church
Sermon preached at Gold Canyon United Methodist Church in Gold Canyon, Arizona on March 1, 2017 by Rev. Fay Quamstrom
Sermon preached at Gold Canyon United Methodist Church in Gold Canyon, Arizona on May 31, 2015 by Rev. Fred Steinberg