Not my will, but yours.

Written By Nathan Miller

Senior Pastor – Congregational Development

Take time to reread the scripture passage from Sunday (Luke 20). Review your notes from the sermon. What is God bringing back to mind from His Word? Listen and watch as Nathan Miller,  Senior Pastor of Congregational Development, adds one more nuance we wish we could have shared on Sunday.

Following Jesus means saying daily to Him and to others: Not my will, but yours. I am not sure a more difficult sentence has ever been uttered: Only five words to say. Almost impossible to live. Not my will, but yours. If there is anything I want, it’s my will.

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