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FITC37 | Is Your Relationship With God On the Right Track?

FITC37 | Is Your Relationship With God On the Right Track?

Is your relationship with God on the right track? Is it possible to know all the right things about God and still end up getting it all wrong?  Answering that question seems rather easy enough. However,  Jesus makes it clear that having right theology does not mean that you are in a good relationship with Him. In this message, we look at the difficult words of Jesus in Matthew 7:21-23.

Contained within these few verses is a warning that every Christian should hear. Even though you may know a lot about God, that doesn’t mean God knows you. In this message, we learn that our highest priority in life is to know God and be known by God.

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Sermon Topic: Being Known By God

Original Sermon Date: January 15, 2017

Sermon Text: Matthew 7:21-23

Key Notes to Remember

The knowledge of God is only half of the equation. We should also be concerned that God has knowledge of us by examining our devotional practices. Prayer and scripture reading are two key disciplines we all must embrace.

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Jonathan G. Smith

The Rev'd Dr. Jonathan G. Smith is the Senior Minister of Redeemer Church in Orlando, Founder of Grace Nation, and owner of Higher Purpose Coaching. His passion is to see people transformed by the Gospel, the liberating power of Jesus Christ.

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