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Hey eFam! I hope you’re doing wonderfully today. Below you’ll find my sermon notes for this weekend’s message at Elevation Church, titled Built Different. This message was delivered by Pastor Steven Furtick.
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Thank you for taking the time to read today. These are not my thoughts – these are simply my notes from Pastor’s sermon. Also, I take my notes in real time, so context will be needed.
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Sermon Notes : Built Different
- 1 Peter 2:1-10
- The first step to getting ready is to get rid.
- Not direct behaviors, but attitudes.
- Clearing out a space you know God is going to fill with something better.
- When someone tells you their testimony, it’s usually a time lapse testimony.
- The problems arise when we compare our real life to that type of testimony from someone.
- We all want to skip the stuff that makes us sound not so spiritual.
- God doesn’t build according to the systems of the world.
- Before you can be ready for what God is building, you’ve got to get rid to make room.
- As people, we look at the wrong stuff all the time.
- Jesus was rejected, why do we think we never will be?
- We miss the gift of salvation when we accept Jesus but we reject ourselves.
- We can’t build what’s on someone else’s box with our pieces.
- Your belief is your blueprint.
- Don’t compare your transformation to someone else’s time lapse.
- Exodus 25:40
- Live your faith out loud.
- Don’t reject what makes you special.
- God does not build your future based on what you deserve.
Once again, thank you for stopping by today. Please let me know your favorite point in the comments below.