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DAY 131: LOSING YOUR LIFE FOR GOD'S KINGDOM (Matthew 16:24-28). HAPPY VETERAN'S DAY TO ALL VETERANS

Good morning, my brothers and sisters in Christ.


Matthew 16:24-28: Take Up Your Cross and Follow Him


Summary:


Jared Campbell led a spiritual talk expressing gratitude towards veterans and discussing the importance of hearing and following God's word. He conducted a devotional reading from Matthew, chapter 16:24-28, and emphasized losing one's life for God's kingdom. The discussion concluded with a prayer and a tribute to veterans.


Spiritual Talk and Devotional Reading for Veterans Time 0:00


Jared Campbell led a spiritual talk expressing gratitude towards the veterans for their service and sacrifice for the nation. He then conducted a devotional reading from Matthew, chapter 16, verse 25, and asked the Lord for divine knowledge and understanding. Jared emphasized the importance of hearing and following God's word and expressed his pleasure in serving the community by sharing God's word each morning.


Losing Life for God's Kingdom Time 2:22


Jared discussed losing one's life for God's kingdom from Matthew 16:25. He emphasized that Christians are commanded to lose their lives deliberately and release them to God's kingdom. He also pointed out that Jesus, as an example, did not cling to his divine rights and willingly suffered for the kingdom's sake. Finally, Jared read and reflected on Matthew 16:24-28, which encourages self-denial, taking up the cross, and following Jesus, despite the difficulties and suffering it may entail.


Christian Living and Salvation Time 7:06


Jared discussed various biblical verses, emphasizing the central paradox of Christian living - that sacrificing everything in this world leads to eternal riches. He also talked about the narrow path to salvation, warning that many people choose the path of destruction through free will. Jared urged the audience to lose their lives for Christ's sake and not for any other sake. The discussion concluded with a prayer and a tribute to veterans.


In Christ, Love Jared W. Campbell







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