What Are You Looking For!

15 Jan 2012 by SHRCChurch, Comments Off on What Are You Looking For!

The most important question of our existence is asked in this passage being read today: “What are you looking for?”  Consider for yourselves: What is the purpose of your life?  And is it compelling enough to give your life meaning?  Jesus was asking these men “Just what in life do you really, really want?”  They were seeking God and they answered by their lives.

Remember, however, Christian maturity is a gradual thing as we move from curiosity to interest to a commitment over a period of time.  The point is that it is a movement!  Have you stalled along the way of making a full commitment?  Really, so much depends on your answer; “What are you looking for?”

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