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Every Table

Obedience can often be thought of as blind compliance, simply following the rules because we’re supposed to follow them. In turn, we can find ourselves almost following God’s commands. But moral obligation is the antithesis of why we follow God in obedience.

In Acts 5, we watch as the disciples fill the city with the name and gospel of Jesus. Not because they’re supposed to, but because they are compelled by the working of the Holy Spirit and because they, themselves, have been transformed by the good news of Jesus.

Check out this week’s sermon, “Moving from Almost to Action,” at

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