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Aug232011

Following Jesus

Session 3.35 for August 28, 2011

Peter is learning what it means to become a true disciple to Jesus. Most of us would find it difficult to blindly follow someone, even Jesus. Likewise, Peter is having trouble grasping God’s plan for Jesus and struggles with his own feelings and emotions. Jesus reminds Peter that being a disciple is no easy task and much sacrifice is involved. What does it mean to truly be a disciple of Christ — to follow Christ where ever he may lead you?

 

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Scripture: Matthew 16:21-28

 

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Links

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Media

Spock Dies — Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan
Enlightenment — Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
Darius Final Words — Alexander the Great
A Deal with the Angel of Death — Hellboy 2

Youth

The Haggle
Pride

Mystic

"Wasted"  (lyrics) by Carrie Underwood
“Wasted” (Song) by Carrie Underwood

 

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