The Hunger to Leave a Legacy [Hungry for God]

As we enter into Holy Week and bring the climax to our Lenten journey, I concluded our series, “Hungry for God,” this past weekend at Eastbrook Church.

This weekend I explored the hunger to leave a legacy. Because this was Palm Sunday, I intertwined the exploration of legacy with Jesus’ triumphal entry into Jerusalem. This would definitely not be my normal manner of approaching the topic of legacy, but I went for it and you can explore it with me through the message video and sermon outline below. You can follow the entire series at our web-site, through the Eastbrook app, or through our audio podcast.

“They took palm branches and went out to meet him, shouting, ‘Hosanna!’ ‘Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord!’ ‘Blessed is the king of Israel!’” (John 12:13)

The Hunger to Leave a Legacy

 

What Will Jesus Pursue as He Enters Jerusalem? (John 12:12-19)

The acclamation of the great crowd as Jesus’ enters Jerusalem (vss 12-13)

Jesus’ subtle action and John’s explanation (vss 14-15)

The disciples’ delay in understanding (vs 16)

The circus fascination of many people (vss 17-18)

The Pharisees’ intensified resistance (vs 19)

 

Relearning Legacy with Jesus

Letting go of false legacies

Getting ahold of an unchanging center in God

Living from the unchanging center in God throughout life’s changes

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