George Ragsdale - Sermon Untitled (February 17, 2002)
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- George Ragsdale - Sermon Untitled (February 17, 2002)
Sermon start time: 02:23. Sermon end time: 22:41.
Jesus' time in the wilderness, and the temptations he faced from Satan, were about more than morality; they were about identity. So too, the temptations we face force us to wrestle with the tough questions of who we are. In the end, for Jesus, and so for us as well, all we need to know is that we are children of God. (Abstract created by Duke Divinity School staff.)
Key quotation: “It’s hard to follow the Spirit because it means being in the wilderness on God’s terms. But this is our calling during Lent. To follow the Spirit. To be alone with God. And to struggle with the tough questions of who we are.”
- February 17, 2002
- Ragsdale, George
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