HopeNet Worship Services

Summary #

The sermon uses the story of Maximilian Kolbe’s sacrificial act in Auschwitz, where he volunteered to die in place of another man, to illustrate the heart of God, which is characterized by selfless love and sacrifice. It emphasizes that Jesus Christ’s ultimate sacrifice for humanity is a model for believers, encouraging them to commit themselves fully to worship, service, and evangelism. The sermon challenges believers to have a heart like God’s, marked by mercy, justice, and inclusivity, and to reflect this in their actions and attitudes towards others, particularly the disadvantaged and foreigners. It concludes with a call for self-examination, urging believers to align their hearts with God’s heart, exemplified by love and grace.

Scriptures #

  • John 10:25-37
Updated on June 19, 2024

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