Sermon Notes:

Our culture places huge emphasis on freedom from external constraints (e.g., freedom of speech, 2nd amendment, “don’t tread on me,” etc.). However, our culture also has a poor understanding of freedom for—meaning being set free for a purpose. “Freedom for” encapsulates the ultimate design; it acknowledges that we are not the center of the universe, and that there is a God that is not us. God has created us to live in relationship with Him, and freedom comes when we live in line with how He created us to be. What do you think of when you hear the word “freedom.” What about “obedience” or “disobedience”?

This Week's Gospel Statement: “The Gospel is the Good news that even though we have destroyed our lives with our own selfishness, Jesus has come not just to redeem, but restore us to be those who live in His kingdom where He rules and reigns forever.”

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