When was the last time you found yourself disgusted? Maybe it was something you saw on television, or something you found rotting in the fridge, or the smell coming from your son’s gym bag. Disgust is a natural reaction designed to keep us from things which might be potentially dangerous to our well-being, but the disgust response can also be triggered by things we find morally repulsive. During Jesus’ earthly ministry, He often offended the religious crowd by engaging those people they found disgusting. In part 5 of Breakout, Pastor Gary Webber explores Acts 10 as we learn how God is calling His Church to breakout of moral superiority in order to follow Jesus.
If we are going to follow Jesus, we must breakout of Moral Superiority
The Gospel teaches is that . . .
Good enough isn’t (Acts 10:1-5)
Condition does not determine value (Acts 10:6-16)
God Reconditions us through the blood of Jesus. (Heb. 9:22; 1 John 1:7; 2 Cor. 5:17)
Day 1: Acts 10
Day 2: John 4
Day 3: Matthew 15
Day 4: Matthew 9
Day 5: Mark 1
Day 6: 2 Corinthians 5