October 10, 2021
Micah 4:4 / Common English Bible
Isaiah 2:4 / Common English Bible
Mark 1:14-15 / Common English Bible
14 After John was arrested, Jesus came into Galilee announcing God’s good news, 15 saying, “Now is the time! Here comes God’s kingdom! Change your hearts and lives, and trust this good news!”
Hello Kingdom Family,
Together, we’ll lean into the intended diversity of God’s Kingdom and learn from Jesus’ teaching about what the Kingdom of Heaven is like and how it offers a blueprint for a life of radical love today.
What comes to mind when you think about the future, say fifty years from now? Think about how much has changed in the world over the last one hundred years. What science and secularism have to say about the future is one thing, but what Jesus had to say about the future is what’s most important of all.
Jesus came into this world to announce the coming of the Kingdom of God and to heal people. Jesus became the example of what it means to follow God’s will or live a Jesus-centered life. Today in our message titled “Already Not Yet; We Are The Future,” Pastor Harold unpacks what the future looks like for those who are entirely devoted followers of Jesus Christ and doing their best to live a Jesus-centered life.
Here is the video for the live service at TUMC, which includes the sermon bumper video, but audio-only of the message.