In this third video from the Sermon on the Mount series, Jesus shows the difference between ‘religion’ and a life lived in response to His grace.
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Who do we seek approval from? Who do we live to please?
In this third video from the Sermon on the Mount series, we take a look at Matthew 6:1-18. We’ll be challenged to think about the motives behind our actions and reflect on who we really live for.
In this passage, we’ll see the beauty in living to please our Father in heaven. Not to gain his approval but because we already have his love and acceptance in Jesus. We’ll see the difference between a life full of religious duty and a life lived in response to Gods grace.
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