The Blue Collar Gospel – Part 6

Mark Chapter 6

The King’s Rejection

by Sean Todd

Be careful when you think God can’t speak to you through somebody very, very, very ordinary.

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The Blue Collar Gospel – Part 4

Mark Chapter 4

Parables

by Sean Todd

Then he added, “Pay close attention to what you hear. The closer you listen, the more understanding you will be given —and you will receive even more. To those who listen to my teaching, more understanding will be given. But for those who are not listening, even what little understanding they have will be taken away from them.”

Mark 4:24‭-‬25 NLT

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The Blue Collar Gospel – Part 2

Mark Chapter 2

Pastor Sean Todd continues our sermon series with chapter two from the Gospel of Mark, the chapter of conflicts.

When you’re actually doing God’s will, when you’re actually serving God closely, you will find yourself in conflict.
Sean Todd

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Straight out of Context – Part 3

I Can Do All Things

The context of this scripture [is] a context of basically provisional suffering, provisional struggling. Paul’s talking specifically about provision. He’s talking about his needs being met, and he says there were times in his life when he was in great want, and there’s times in his life when he was in great plenty, and the equalizer in that situation is the strength and the grace of the Lord.
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Straight out of Context

The greatest danger of our day is not even the rejection of scripture, but the twisting and maligning and manipulation of scripture to make it say something it doesn’t or make it not say something that it does.
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The Cycle

Pastor Sean Todd talks about the cycle we go through as believers; from sinner to enthusiastic convert, to separatist, to activist, and hopefully back to enthusiastic evangelical.

The primary mission of the church today is not only to save the lost, but it’s to seek them out. Sean Todd

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Inexpressible Joy


Happiness is conditional, and if we build our lives upon the sand of happiness, when the storm comes it will surely blow away. Joy on the other hand, is an unmovable state. It is not conditioned upon circumstances. In fact, sometimes joy is found in the worst of circumstances. Sometimes when you’ve got no reason to be joyful, when everything is falling apart, joy is conditioned upon a relationship with Jesus Christ.
Sean Todd

What I started to realize was that God let me go back to him. He could have let me run this race longer and made the crash a lot bigger. Once you get in a race that God tells you not to get in, and the longer you go, the faster you go, the longer you go, the bigger the crash will be.
Hudson Sturm

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