Sermon Introduction –
Everyone likes to see a comedian do a great impression of a famous person. But we are invited to be “little Christs”. As we continue in the book of John, chapter 6, Pastor Craig talks about “A Good Impersonation.”
This program will guide you through our worship service.
Introduction to our readings –
Jesus says that the bread he gives for the life of the world is his flesh, and whoever eats this bread has eternal life now and will be raised on the last day. In Ephesians Paul tells us what this life Jesus gives us looks like, this life we live as those marked with the seal of the Holy Spirit in baptism. We live in love, as Christ loved us and gave himself up for us. The whole purpose of life is giving yourself for the other.
Christians are called to be imitators of God. This does not mean Christians are perfect. Rather, the Spirit is at work in our lives so that our actions and attitudes genuinely reflect the love and forgiveness we have received through Christ and his death.
Tap link for reading: Ephesians 4:25-5:2
After feeding more than five thousand people in the wilderness, Jesus teaches them regarding the true significance of this remarkable sign.
Tap link for reading: John 6:35, 41-51