Bible Discovery TV - The Daily Show (2022)
We Are Not Home Yet; Hebrews 11-13
Season 12, Episode 10 • 14-Dec-2022
"Faith is powerful! And because of that many people have become sidetracked through “faith” movements in which these church leaders teach their congregation to idolize faith rather than focus on Jesus. But God never commanded us to idolize anything. We are called to seek Him, the One and only LORD God. As followers of the LORD Jesus, we are
to seek first the Kingdom of God and His righteousness. We need to build the Kingdom of God, not our best life here on earth. The life we have been given is founded in eternity with Jesus Christ, and that begins here, but all the rewards and power is finalized there, not here. We are called to live our lives in a way that seeks to demonstrate to the world who Jesus Christ is and what He has done. God is great! As we commit our lives to live
for Him, He will teach us how to love each other. It is quite the opposite of what the modern world projects. We do not live our lives focused on ourselves but for Jesus Christ.
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