Friday, September 7, 2012

This is how Jesus rolls

It's a new day. Why not make it the start of a new life? It's your turn. Make your move. Where are you?



Jesus calls you.
Jesus pursues you.
Jesus says to you, right now: "I want to be where you are."

And it's because Jesus wants to be where you are,that we love Him.

Here's how Jesus rolls:

When you sin, Jesus comes after you. He pursues you with reckless abandon. Adam and Eve ran… God came running after

God ALWAYS initiates. And here's His initiation to you right now:

"Where are you?"

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Video based on audio of Dr. Matthew Gamble at a youth event in Australia. Special thanks to Dr. Matthew Gamble for letting us use his video! Check him out at matthewgamble.com.

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