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What Does a Christian Look Like? | Learning to Follow Jesus | Luke 6




"I do good to someone, knowing they will do good to me. I will lend to someone, knowing that they will pay me back in some way. There's nothing wrong with that. It's just not Christian." Did you know that Christianity is one of the most diverse groups of people in the world? There are believers all across the globe—people with different languages, customs, professions, and traditions. But we all unite in his name. That's been true since the very beginning, when Jesus chose his disciples. (Luke 6) lists out the Apostles and then follows with Jesus's teachings on how we should live together and treat each other. Follow along as (Keith) reads the timeless message to continue our series on (Learning to Follow Jesus). Interested in more content like this? Listen to this episode about Levi the Tax Collector: (What Keeps People From Following Jesus). Also, make sure to check out Rebecca McLaughlin's guest sermon (Confronting Christianity). To learn more, visit our (website) and follow us on (Facebook), (Instagram), and (Twitter) @TheCrossingCOMO.   Outline 0:15 - (Diversity) 1:20 - Tensions 1:50 - (The Disciples) 4:00 - (Luke 6.27-31) 5:00 - Unnatural actions 6:00 - (Luke 6.32-34) 7:45 - (Luke 6.36) 9:00 - Personal application 9:50 - Subscribe. Rate. Share.   Social Facebook: ( Instagram: ( Twitter: (   Passages Luke 6: (   Resources Confronting Christianity: ( "Look Like Love" by Britt Nicole: ( Sacra Pagina: The Gospel of Luke Commentary by Luke Timothy Johnson: ( The Gospel According to Luke by James Edwards: (   Related What Keeps People From Following Jesus: ( Learning to Follow Jesus:... Support this podcast