DEVO 001: You Are More Important Than You Know!

Inductive Study on Galatians 1:1-5

I recently had a chance to spend a weekend with Toronto Mass Choir (www.tmc.ca).  What a great weekend!  It was an incredible experience being surrounded by people who can sing amazingly and harmonize to anything!  But, their voices and talent wasn’t what stood out most to me – it was their humility.  

In a room filled with awesome talent, no voice competed for attention, no instrument competed for volume, no leader raised themselves above another.  Their humility added to their ministry.  They’ll certainly never tell you this, but I am certain that they are absolutely indispensable to Jesus and the Gospel.

I am also certain that YOU are indispensable to Jesus and the Gospel.  Our humility may cause our minds to shy away from this biblical reality, but that doesn’t change the truth of it.   In the following two vides based on Galatians 5:1-5 you will discover at least one reason why you are so very important!

These two videos are an inductive approach to Galatians 1:1-5.  In order to help you connect with Jesus, you can watch the very short inductive sermon, and/or you can also watch the longer (under 14 minutes) video of the Inductive Method I used to arrive at my conclusion.

1.  Short Inductive Sermon:

2.  A 14 Minute Inductive Approach:

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This is my first attempt at helping you connect with Jesus with Inductive style videos.  Please let me know what’s good, what’s not, and what would serve you better!  Please leave a comment below, and subscribe to my YouTube channel.

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3 thoughts on “DEVO 001: You Are More Important Than You Know!

  1. Really like this style as it allows the listener to pause, reflect and review plus learn from a pro on how to actually study like this. It’s great!

  2. Great now Les can hear the high points of Sunday’s sermon. He is usually doing the collection. Thanks Pastor. Can you teach me to do this too for my teaching? Let’s set a time if that’s OK with you.