What Am I Searching For

This Week: What Am I Searching For? If we ever have a chance to be satisfied, we have to first know what we’re looking for. Today, we’re reading a story about crowds who were unhappy with the way Jesus lived his life.

Series: Satisfied In a world always lusting for the next better thing, we’re taking time to reflect on what it means to be satisfied. There’s nothing wrong with longing for a better world – things should be better! Yet there is spiritual, physical, and mental benefits from learning how to be satisfied in the present moment as we work towards a world that looks more like God intended. Journey with us for this 3 week series on being satisfied.

It doesn’t have to be this way. Jesus told his followers that it wasn’t enough to love those who are easy to love. He calls us to love our enemies – and that doesn’t come naturally. Love might seem like an ineffective pipedream that can’t survive the everyday onslaught of negativity and criticism. And yet, the bridge of true love creates new paths to a better world.

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Sermon preached by Paster Dallas Flippin, on Sunday, November 6, 2022 at the First Baptist Church of Jackson, MI.

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