Chris May - October 13, 2019

Pursue Holiness, Not Hypocrisy

To be holy means to be set apart from the world and to be set apart unto the Lord. We are made Holy, only by virtue of our relationship with Jesus Christ; however, holiness doesn't stop there. We are called to walk in that holiness (i.e. live in a way that is congruent with the Word of God). Through the lens of Acts chapter 5, Pastor Chris shows us how the Lord is calling us to pursue holiness and abandon hypocrisy.

Scripture References: Acts 5:1-11

From Series: "Nine Marks of a Healthy Church"

Who we are (as a church and as individuals) is more important than what we do; we can do the right things for the wrong reasons. We aim to be a Spirit-Empowered, Prayer-Oriented, Bible-Savoring, Christ-Centered, Community-Building, Gospel-Sharing, Disciple-Making, Compassion-Demonstrating, Sanctified People.

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