Gayle C. Felton - "To Whom Shall We Go?" (August 21, 1988)
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- Gayle C. Felton - "To Whom Shall We Go?" (August 21, 1988)
All of life is a succession of decisions. While the surrounding culture would have us believe that we can have it all without making sacrifices, Christians know that we are finite creatures, and all choices come with costs. The primary decision––which we must make on a daily basis––is to follow Jesus. Making this decision will afford us guidance and wisdom for the other decisions, though it will not allow us to control the outcome. (Abstract created by Duke Divinity School staff.)
Sermon start time: (Part 1) 21:21. Sermon end time: (Part 1) 45:36.
Key quotation: “Our lives are a succession of decisions. But we need to recognize that there is one basic decision in life. One fundamental choice which underlines and determines all others…The primary decision of our lives…is to recognize Jesus as the holy one of God, as the one who has the words of eternal life.”
- August 21, 1988
- Felton, Gayle C.
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