What Was Jesus Thinking?
April 17, 2022 | By Jim Burgen
Rather than continuing to revisit our past mistakes, we can die to them and begin a whole new life. Join us for Easter service as we push pause on the condemnation tapes playing in our heads, and remember this: God's love and grace are greater than our disgrace.
“Good Grace” by Hillsong UNITED
Available on “As You Find Me (Live) – Single” from Hillsong Church
“Living Hope” by Phil Wickham
Available on "Living Hope" from Phil Wickham
“God So Loved” by Hillsong Worship
Available on "There is More" from Hillsong Church
“Amazing Grace” Traditional
“How Great Thou Art” by Carrie Underwood
Available on “My Savior” from UMG Recordings, Inc.
“Death Was Arrested” by North Point Worship
Available on “ Death Was Arrested (feat. Seth Condrey) - Single” from North Point Worship
“Great Things” by Phil Wickham
Available on “Living Hope” from Phil Wickham
Read Philippians 2:6-11; what resonates with you?
Life’s big lessons (and sermons at Flatirons this month) are all about ways we come to faith. Would you agree? Can you think of some examples from the bible or your own life?
Sometimes we think about suffering and sin in connection with disobedience. What do these verses have to say, and how might they explain a difference?
a. Mark 14:36
4. Read 1 Peter 1:18-20. What does it mean to be redeemed? What was God’s motivation? What is your response?