For Such Is The Kingdom sermon video. One of the most un-mined kingdom resources in our churches today is our students. For such is the kingdom. One of the greatest untapped assets to church life is our students. For such is the kingdom. Our young people have within them vast resources and a vast ability to change our world. They have the ability to change lives today and continue changing lives for nearly a century in the future.
For Such Is The Kingdom
By Pastor Delbert Young
For Such Is The Kingdom sermon video
Scriptures: Luke 24:51-52, Acts 1:9, Daniel 7:13-14, Matthew 16:13, Matthew 9:6, Matthew 11:19, Exodus 13:21, Psalm 97:2, Ezekiel 1:4, Ezekiel 1:26, Exodus 19:16, Exodus 24:16-18, Matthew 26:64-66, 2 Peter 1:11, Colossians 1:13, John 3:5-7, Revelation 1:9-10, Revelation 4:2, Revelation 17:3
I want to talk a little today about student ministries. I want to talk about our attitude toward student ministries and perhaps adjust our thinking a little toward it.
The Bible tells us of a time when young people came to Jesus to be blessed (Mark 10:13). The disciples rebuked those bringing the children to Jesus. Mark 10:14 says that Jesus was “much displeased” at this. The NIV says that Jesus became indignant. Jesus became angry when his people did not recognize the value of young people.
Mark 10:14 But when Jesus saw it, he was much displeased, and said unto them, Suffer the little children to come unto me, and forbid them not: for of such is the kingdom of God.
Jesus wanted them to come and he wanted to minister to them. The passage is interesting because it reveals the attitudes of adults toward young people. Often the attitude is don’t bother us, but that was not the Lord’s attitude. Adults see children. Jesus sees the kingdom. He says for such is the kingdom. Adults often see something that bothers us and makes noise and interferes with what we want to do. Jesus sees the kingdom. He says for such is the kingdom. sermon notes and audio
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