Faithlife Sermons

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Jesus was calling them to a deeper understanding of who he was, his mission and what real discipleship is
These were disciple after the flesh - primarily concern with getting something from Jesus that pertains to the flesh
Get out to debt
Heal a marriage
Heal their loneliness
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Some Just Want the Pain to Stop
Their approach to God is conditional
Some actually give their heart to life
Some turn away after the pain stops or they are unsatisfied
They never recognize that they need a savior
Not to just to save them from the here and now but save them for eternity
We can all agree that there are many things in the world that compete for our time and attention
2. Some Just Want Peace of Mind
Peter - to his credit, looked beyond the needs of the finite flesh and saw in Jesus the peace of infinite life
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