The Mission of Meekness Deacon/Lay Leader Joshua Justice 18 September 2016
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artist: Joshua Justice
title: The Mission of Meekness      18 September 2016
album: Joshua Justice
year: 2016
genre: Sermon (id None)
What is the mission to which we have been called, and how do we go about accomplishing that mission? We are like the moon. We do not shine of our own light, we reflect the light of the Son. We may go about the world right now, but ultimately we are a celestial body - and our place is in the sky. By nature of who and what we are, we draw the world towards us, and thus towards Him. Men however have no more chance of joining us in the sky than does the dust of this world in flying up to meet the moon. Sin is like gravity drawing them inevitably inexorably downward. It would take a miracle of God’s power to overcome the power of this world and the nature of the weights of sin. So what is our role? Where do we fit into the music of the spheres that is God’s good plan?  Deacon Josh explains just what is meekness, and how it is key to the mission given each believer--it is the power of the light of the Son reflected through us--it is the calling of a dark world to a marvelous light--it is our work in this world-- The Mission of Meekness.        Access Deacon Josh's notes at  https://docs.google.com/document/d/1MftOzltpfKp6k-oOQnKDwN_Txl7QwgaXzfCa7Z0n4-M/edit?usp=sharing       All Rights Reserved  Copyright 2016

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