Lordship Key to Faith (pt.1) — 2019 Jan 13

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“But you, who do you say I am?” series

Last week we learned that:
  • We are empowered to acknowledge that God is Lord of all.
  • We are empowered to place God first in our life.
  • We are empowered to understand that Lordship is accepting responsibility and accountability.

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A drawing of a man kneeling to wash the feet of another man with the words of John 13:8

Lordship the Key to our Faith

Jesus is not position conscious, of who’s the boss, who’s in charge. Where am I on the ladder, in the picking, on the team? . . . We have to understand that Peter is position conscious. He is the “in charge guy” or nothing at all.  . . .”—Pastor Ken

2019 Jan 13, the first half of the message titled “Lordship the Key to our Faith,” —part 2, of the series “But you, who do you say I am?

Photo of feet in a large bowl and hands washing them with the words, "Unless I wash you, you have no part with me."

Portrait of Kenneth L. Williamson wearing glasses, a gray jacket over a white shirt with pastor's collar.
Rev. Kenneth L. Williamson

More about this series:

Lordship Sermon Series

Pastor Ken rang in the New Year 2019 with this exciting sermon series titled, (as Jesus asked his disciples) But you, who do you say I am?”

This series is about LORDSHIP: How do we look at God’s expectations for usas a blessing or a burden? Love doesn’t settle for less, but dreams of what could be.  —Pastor Ken



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