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30 August 2020 – [11] Walking together with Jesus – The Call of Levi – Pastor Paul

Category:Sermons

Mark 2:13-17
Walking together with Jesus 11 – Formation, Forgiveness, Faith

Sermon Points

Walking together with Jesus means: 

  1. Receiving and sharing the inclusive salvation of Jesus. 
  2. Celebrating the joy of being with Jesus as the community of the forgiven.
  3. Following by faith in Jesus the righteous new life of his Kingdom.
  4. Avoiding the blindness, powerlessness and judgementalism that comes from thinking we are righteous in ourselves.

Discussion Questions

  1. How does Jesus’ personal mission statement “I came not to call the righteous, but sinners” (v17) shape our attitude to walking together with him as his church? 
  2. How can we sincerely engage with one another in the “joy of our salvation” (Psalm 51:12) , that lies at the core of walking together with Jesus? 
  3. How can we positively, humbly, non judgementally inspire each other to follow the righteous path of our new life in God’s Kingdom through faith in Jesus? 


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23 August 2020 – [10] Walking together with Jesus – Formation, Forgiveness, Faith – Pastor Paul

Category:Sermons

Mark 2:1-12
Walking together with Jesus 10 – Formation, Forgiveness, Faith

Sermon Points

Walking together with Jesus means: 

  1. Formation – Jesus shapes us  through “the word” 
  2. Forgiveness – Jesus is the one with the job and authority of to forgive. 
  3. Faith – expectant, determined, active, compassionate, confident, humble 

Discussion Questions

  1. How can we best help one another join in with Jesus’ forming us by his Word, as individuals and a church family?  
  2. What difference does it make to our life together as a church family that Jesus, the person at the centre, is the God whose job on earth is to forgive, and who has divine authority to forgive? 
  3. In what ways does seeing Jesus at work in our midst as we walk together with him, build our expectant and active faith in him to heal and forgive?