The Party Series
Jesus didn't come for those who think they have it all figured out. He came to throw a party. He came for the sick. The needy. The broken. You and me. And today we're going to look at how he came for a tax collector named Levi.
Life was good for the jailer in the book of Acts. He was coasting. The same can often be true for us. An earthquake was needed for the jailer to spiritually wake up. It was a holy a-ha moment. Why shouldn't we wait for the earthquakes in our own lives to realize what's important? Let's dive into the jailer's story to find out more.
Often we wait for the earthquakes in our own lives to spiritually wake us up. To stop us from coasting. To make us realize what's important. The jailer in the book of Acts had to experience a literal earthquake before he realized his need for Jesus. It was a holy a-ha moment. How can we too experience these holy a-ha moments? The jailer's story tells us more.
Ever feel like you're waiting for the earthquakes in life to realize what's important? The jailer in the book of Acts was the same way. A literal earthquake was needed to spiritually wake him up. Why shouldn't we wait on the earthquakes of life? The jailer's story shows us why we need to wake up.
Two sons, their father, and how they came to know the extravagance of his love. The story of the prodigal son may be a familiar one, but really, there's more to it. So much more. This is their story. This is Embrace's story. This is our story.