Nov 20 Service: The Land of the Great King



Jesus was confounding the world’s notions of what it means to be a king, of what it means to have power, of what it means to be a human being, of what religion is really supposed to be about. This king rules by suffering, vulnerable love, not by domination. This king teaches us to the very end that God’s power is made perfect in weakness. This king teaches us that God chooses what is foolish to shame what the world thinks is wise. This king teaches us that God chooses what is weak to shame what the world thinks is strong.


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