Plan A | Rowing | 1 Peter 4:7-11

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Plan A | Rowing | 1 Peter 4:7-11
Passage: 1 Peter 4:7-11


In this week’s message, Mark Coleman continues our Plan A sermon series looking at the fourth principle: Rowing. This principle states that we do not engage in God’s Plan A on our own but with others.

Mark reflects on 1 Peter 4:7-11 and explores three aspects of Peter’s admonition to his readers and, through the Holy Spirit, to us: what we called to, why it’s important, and who we are to join with in our important call.

Great partnerships are not just about two or more people doing things together, but about a group of people who are bound together by love and a common purpose that is urgent and important.

As we continue to participate in God’s Plan A: growing in our relationship with Jesus, knowing others and sowing seeds in conversation, let us not forget those whom God has given us to row with; partners in the gospel.

Plan A is a simple set of principles developed by Belinda Lakelin, evangelism consultant for the Baptist Association of NSW & ACT.

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