Sunday to Monday | Elevator Speech


“Jesus makes demands upon those who would be his disciples.  Sometimes his demands are simple and direct.   And yet, Jesus has a way of making matters like “love” and “neighbor,” “God” and “discipleship” complicated   and demanding. Part of the adventure of discipleship is that we are disciples of Jesus.”  ~ Dr. William Willimon

On Sunday, Pastor Dave’s sermon was entitled “The Kingdom’s Elevator Speech,” and the text was from
Matthew 22: 34-40.

Some questions to ponder this week…

• What does it mean to “love?” (Matthew 22:34-40)
• What does it mean to be a “neighbor?”  (Matthew 22:34-40)
• What does it mean to follow Jesus’ greatest commandment?  (Matthew 22:34-40)
• What does it mean to have a working knowledge of “love,” “neighbor,” “greatest commandment” and follow Jesus?

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