Here's last weekend's sermon in 10 Tweets: Rule of Life: God in My Everything, “Eating, Exercising, Playing, Sleeping”
1/ When it comes to ordinary stuff, the Bible makes one thing very clear: There is no ordinary with God.
2/ Purity Laws made the Jews outwardly distinct & taught that even the ordinary belonged to God
3/ Every time they dressed, ate, had sexual intercourse, worked the land...they thought about God & their identity as his people
4/ Jesus fulfills the purity & ceremonial laws. We no longer keep them. Does this mean the ordinary stuff of life doesn’t matter to God?
5/ God owns it all. Our very bodies are a temple of the Holy Spirit (if we belong to him).
6/ Everything is a matter of stewardship. God owns everything. And he personally cares about the smallest details of our lives.
7/ Bring glory to God in everything in our ordinary lives—eating, sleeping, playing, exercising.
9/ Counter neglect in these things with stewardship.
10/ Counter obsession in these things with worship.
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