This message is part of the 2018 Youth Rally. Here are links to each of the sermons.
- Called To Serve The King
- A Vessel Prepared
- Whats In Your Vessel
- My Father’s Business
- The Day of Reckoning
It matters what’s in our vessels.
Serving God is a Spiritual exercise.
What was the dif between Cane and Abel’s offering? One was accepted, the other wasn’t.
Cane was rejected maybe cause something was wrong on the inside.
Our first concern is does God approve of this. Don’t worry about people around you, worry about God.
Gods grace affects how we talk and act and live life.
Grace is only a gift of God.
We need love and humility in service to God.
We have to have Godly motives in our service to others. Rich philanthropists often give lots and sometimes with good motives but they don’t really give till it hurts. We are called to give all to God.
We need to leave behind a flavor of God whenever we serve.
Whatever we do there is a spiritual and visible effect.
2 Corinthians 4:2-3 – Paul says that he took care that there was nothing in his vessel that would adulterate his message about Christ.
The biggest hindrance to our Christian witness is when we have something in our lives that covers our lives.
Whatever we do for the king music be done in the attitude of 2 Corinthians 4:7 KJV
 But we have this treasure in earthen vessels, that the excellency of the power may be of God, and not of us.
The power of Christ comes through the life of submission to a God. Spiritual life springs from spiritual life. Just like the law of biogenesis
We all have treasure in our vessels. They can figure out where our hearts are.
We need love in our service. It can do so much to pull people closer to God.