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Katherine Johnson - September 22, 2019


Purpose > Self

Paul’s purpose was to see the gospel of Jesus reach beyond the Jewish people. He was a missionary who planted churches all across Europe and Asia Minor. Through the power of the Holy Spirit, Paul performed miracles, cast our demons and even raised people from the dead. We credit Paul for putting his pen to 13 books (letters) of the New Testament. Aside from Jesus, Paul may be the most influential man in all of history. Paul's purpose wasn’t forged in a perfect past; quite the opposite. He (rightly) deemed himself the “chief of sinners” (1 Timothy 1:15) and relentlessly gave all credit to God’s matchless grace in him & on his purpose-full life.

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Welcome our new Purpose > Self sermon series. Over the next 5 weeks, we'll be studying people in the Bible whose purpose in life was way bigger than just themselves. We want to learn and be inspired by these men & women because the same still holds true for us today: God's purpose for our life is greater than our limited thinking of what He has for us. His thoughts are greater than our thoughts; His plans greater than our plans!

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