#004: Light and Darkness (Part 2 of 2) [PODCAST]
This podcast session features the second part of my second talk in the series, “Being Disciples, Making Disciples”. This talk is entitled “Light and Darkness”.
Jesus helps clarify three important things with Nicodemus. Jesus helps Nicodemus see himself, God, and God’s Love more clearly. He reveals to Nicodemus that God’s intention is to renew the entire world. It is amazing to see the transformation that happens to Nicodemus!
If you haven’t done so yet, please go back and listen to Session 1, Session 2, and Session 3 for more insight into this series.
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Main Text: John 3
- We cannot come to Jesus on our own terms
- Jesus wants to open the box that we have put Him in
- Jesus wants to challenge our assumption on religion and spirituality
- Jesus wants us to see ourselves, God, and God’s Love more clearly
- Which areas of your life are lukewarm and hypocritical?
- What does it look like for you to give your entire life to Jesus?
- How is Jesus challenging you to go out and make disciples?
- Discipleship Essentials: A Guide to Building Your Life in Christ by Greg Ogden – affiliate link
- Spiritual Disciplines Handbook: Practices that Transform Us by Adele Calhoun – affiliate link
- Real Life: A Christianity Worth Living Out by James Choung – affiliate link
- I Once Was Lost: What Postmodern Skeptics Taught Us About Their Path to Jesus by Don Everts and Dough Schaupp – affiliate link
- Discipleship Advice from a Medical Student
- How to be a Disciple (that Makes Disciples)!
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