Lordship Key to Faith (pt.2) — 2019 Jan 20

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“But you,

who do you say I am?”


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A poster with simple images of lips and a heart with the words, "If you confess with your mouth 'Jesus is Lord' and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead, you will be saved!"


Lordship the Key to our Faith

Partial surrender of the heart is no surrender at all. It’s like an open relationship where we are free to date other people, to come and go as we please—no commitment. . . . Until we settle the Lordship issue we truly won’t have peace of heart, peace of mind, any kind of peace that passes all human understanding.  . . .”—Pastor Ken

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2019 Jan 20, the second half of the message titled “Lordship the key to our Faith,” —part 3, of the series “But you, who do you say I am?

Portrait of Kenneth L. Williamson wearing glasses, a gray jacket over a white shirt with pastor's collar.
Rev. Kenneth L. Williamson
Photo of a woman whose hands are folded on her chest with the words "Jesus is Lord" in large letters.
Confess with your mouth and believe in your heart . . .

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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