Who do You Say I Am? —message from 2019 Jan 6

Drawing of Jesus' hand touching a hand that is covered with sores and the words "Jesus Heals the Leper." -Matt 8:2
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But you, who do you say I am?”

Jesus standing and speaking with people listening and the words "The Sermon on the Mount."

It is doing the will of the Father that mat­ters, not the words we pro­fess. Actions are loud­er than words. ‘I want to know what love is.’  And one may, with their lips, loud­ly pro­fess their faith in God and even invoke Jesus as their Sav­ior, yet deny him by thoughts, words and deeds.  …”—Pas­tor Ken

Drawing of Jesus' hand touching a hand that is covered with sores and the words "Jesus Heals the Leper." -Matt 8:2
“A man with lep­rosy came and kneeled before Jesus and said, ‘Lord, if You are will­ing, You can make me clean.’ ”

2019 Jan 6, part 1, the intro­duc­tion to the series “But you, who do you say I am?

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Rev. Ken­neth L. Williamson

This mes­sage from Pas­tor Ken in the first in this series. Thank you for your inter­est.

More about this series:


Lordship Sermon Series

On Sun­day, Jan­u­ary 6th, Mt. Olive and Pas­tor Ken rang in the New Year 2019 with this mes­sage, the first in an excit­ing new 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 us — as a bless­ing or a bur­den? Love doesn’t set­tle for less, but dreams of what could be.”  —Pas­tor Ken

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Be Here at Mt. Olive on Sunday

Please come and hear this new series of mes­sages, teach­ing about God’s Word, in per­son with us on Sun­day. If you can­not be here, then the ser­mon will be avail­able to lis­ten to after­wards here on this web­site.

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