Not A New Commandment (1st John 1:4 – 2:7)

We finished the Called to Belong – a Madam, a Madman, and a Man Like Myself. BUT Pastor Scott felt it important to address one last area.

Covering 1st John 1:4 – 2:7, Pastor Scott talked about having Joy, walking in the light vs the Darkness, he wrestled with the idea sinner saved by grace vs saint who sins, and what John’s not a new commandment means in practice.

Part of putting the not a new commandment into practice means having tough conversations, not vent gossiping, and tries to be like Jesus in practice, not just in our heart.

A Man Like Myself (Mark 14:32-52) (Part 2)

In the final episode of Called to Belong, Pastor Scott reveals the identities of the betrayer(s) in Psalms 55:8-19.

Spoiler Alert: Who you’re thinking it is, it probably isn’t.

A Man Like Myself (Psalm 55:8-19) (Part 1)

David wrote of an individual in Psalm 55:8-19, “A man like myself.” When the David wrote this messianic psalm (a song about the Messiah) he wrote, “If an enemy were insulting me, I could endure it; if a foe were rising against me, I could hide. But it is you, a man like myself, my companion, my close friend…”

Sometimes the individuals who betray us aren’t our enemies, but are instead our close friends, our families. maybe even someone like ourselves.