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Why Jesus? Part 2

This is perhaps one of the most important questions we can ask ourselves; “Why Jesus?” Why did we choose him? Why do we worship him. There was a time when we knew the answer to this question very well, and that is why we surrendered to him and chose to follow him making him Lord of our lives. But over time, those reasons fade, and we forget. We must rekindle that fire and remind ourselves why we chose to follow, why we chose to love Jesus. This second lesson talks about how we chose him because it is logical-it makes sense.

Why Jesus? Part 1

This is perhaps one of the most important questions we can ask ourselves; “Why Jesus?” Why did we choose him? Why do we worship him. There was a time when we knew the answer to this question very well, and that is why we surrendered to him and chose to follow him making him Lord of our lives. But over time, those reasons fade, and we forget. We must rekindle that fire and remind ourselves why we chose to follow, why we chose to love Jesus. This first lesson talks about how we chose him because of the promises.

“One Awkward Moment” by Keith Roeder

Isaiah 40:10 says: “See, the Sovereign Lord comes with power, and he rules with a mighty arm. See, his reward is with him, and his recompense accompanies him.” We are quick to fear when doing things for the Lord for a number of reasons. But we must remember that he is with us. The question is asked in this lesson; “are you willing to be awkward and take on awkward challenges?”

Jealousy

Jealousy is a very dangerous practice that has impacted each and every one of us. I would most likely be quite accurate in saying that we all have been jealous at one time or another. This lesson defines jealousy with a bit more clarity than we may already have. More importantly, this lesson details six ways jealousy impacts our life in a terrible way. But we must not fret, in Christ there is victory over even the sin of jealousy.