Messy Ends

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We concluded the “Flawed Heroes” series this past weekend at Eastbrook with a message called “Messy Ends.” this was an extended look at the “appendix of Judges, found in two shocking stories from Judges 17-21. I shared a list of five things we don’t need anyone’s help to accomplish when we do what’s right by our own estimation. I then outlined a series of five contrasting practices which enable us to put God as king in our corporate and individuals lives. You can watch the message here, following along with the outline below. You can also follow the entire series at our web-site, through the Eastbrook app, or through our audio podcast.

 

Five Things We Can Accomplish without a Leader’s Help (Judges 17-18; 19-21)

  1. Mixed-up Worship
  1. Mixed-up Relationships
  1. Mixed-up Morality
  1. Mixed-up Politics
  1. Mixed-up Goals

 

Five Practices to Recover Life with God as King

  1. God as King of our Worship (Ascribing Value in Worship)
  1. God as King of our Relationships (Living the Church as Family)
  1. God as King of our Morality (Holiness from the Inside)
  1. God as King of our Politics (Holiness Moving Inside-Out)
  1. God as King of our Goals (Giving Allegiance to God and His Kingdom)

 

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