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For our Summer series this year, we are continuing our journey through the gospel of Mark.  When we read scripture we have the benefit of the third person view.  The disciples however, were living this in real time.  Maybe that’s why they had a hard time really seeing, hearing and understanding what Jesus was doing.  Over the coming weeks we will undoubtedly see that Jesus is more than a great teacher, healer or miracle worker.  He is the Messiah, our living hope.

Daniel Im - March 9, 2024

Pace Yourself

You Are Ready

How are you at pacing yourself with your work, schooling, or responsibilities? Do you always feel like you're up against another deadline? Or do you feel room to breathe because you have good margin in your life? When you read the scriptures, I find it fascinating how Jesus doesn't just talk about the way to eternal life, but he also talks the way to a better life in the here and now. And that's what I'm going to be unpacking this weekend: the role that resting and pacing ourselves have in following Jesus and being his disciple.

Scripture References: Mark 6:30-34

From Series: "You Are Ready"

One of the most common misconceptions of discipleship is that there are different levels and that one is somehow better than the other. Discipleship is a journey, a progression, a moving forward, a lifetime of learning how to apply the same principles in new and more meaningful ways. There is a deepening of dependence, understanding, learning, serving, sacrifice, applying knowledge so it may turned into wisdom. In the same way as a child grows up and a parent will tell them “you are ready”, there are times in our discipleship journey where Jesus looks at us, knowing we are ready to take the next step…even when we don’t feel ready. This next series of Mark we see Jesus doing just that with his disciples.

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Daniel Im - March 9, 2024

Pace Yourself

You Are Ready

How are you at pacing yourself with your work, schooling, or responsibilities? Do you always feel like you're up against another deadline? Or do you feel room to breathe because you have good margin in your life? When you read the scriptures, I find it fascinating how Jesus doesn't just talk about the way to eternal life, but he also talks the way to a better life in the here and now. And that's what I'm going to be unpacking this weekend: the role that resting and pacing ourselves have in following Jesus and being his disciple.

Scripture References: Mark 6:30-34

From Series: "You Are Ready"

One of the most common misconceptions of discipleship is that there are different levels and that one is somehow better than the other. Discipleship is a journey, a progression, a moving forward, a lifetime of learning how to apply the same principles in new and more meaningful ways. There is a deepening of dependence, understanding, learning, serving, sacrifice, applying knowledge so it may turned into wisdom. In the same way as a child grows up and a parent will tell them “you are ready”, there are times in our discipleship journey where Jesus looks at us, knowing we are ready to take the next step…even when we don’t feel ready. This next series of Mark we see Jesus doing just that with his disciples.

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