Zach Schlegel - December 29, 2013
Jesus Came to Serve (Mark 10:17-31)
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If there was anyone who could come into a room and demand service, it would be Jesus. His is the Creator and King of all things. But when Christ came, He did not come to be served, but rather to serve sinners by laying down His life. If this kind of service marked our Lord, how much more should it mark our lives?
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