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How Should I Respond to Rejection? | ITC10

How Should I Respond to Rejection? | ITC10

Welcome to Episode 10 of the In the City Podcast with Dr. Jonathan G. Smith. In this episode, Jonathan shares ways in managing and coping with rejection. No one likes the feeling of rejection. But if we are going to live transformed lives with hope and purpose, then learning how to process rejection is necessary to move forward in life.

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This Episode’s Topic: REJECTION

To better understand why this topic matters, Jonathan shares the story of Jesus rejection by his family. The gospel writer Mark vividly portrays the rejection of Jesus by his family and by the people in his hometown. Not surprising, however, is the masterful way that Jesus responds. He moves on with his ministry. Tragically, however, Nazareth is portrayed as a lost and sick city.

What You’ll Discover

  1. How rejection is a natural order of the universe
  2. Why choice is a necessary part of faith experience
  3. God’s encouragement to “shake the dust off” when someone rejects you.
  4. The FIMO Methods – Forget it and Move on!

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The best part about podcasting is joining in a conversation with you. To help kick off a conversation here is a question to consider:
Do you a recall a time in your life where you felt rejection, how did you respond?
Do you find hope the way Jesus encouraged his disciples to respond to rejection?

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About The Author

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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