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Timeout! Learning When and How to Take a Timeout | Learning to Follow Jesus | Luke 5.15-16




"God became a human. That means that God took on our human limitations." There just aren't enough hours in the day! How many times have you thought that? There's so much to do and never enough time. We try to be the responsible by getting things done and even getting ahead, but, as hard as it is to accept, we can't do everything. We have to prioritize, and sometimes our lived priorities don't actually represent our stated priorities. Sometimes the things we care about the most get the least of our time and attention. We all struggle with prioritization and time management, which is why (Patrick) focuses on one of the most convicting but overlooked verses in the Bible. Hear how Jesus's example has made an impact and his life and how you can implement it in yours as we continue our series on (Learning to Follow Jesus). To learn more, visit our (website) and follow us on (Facebook), (Instagram), and (Twitter) @TheCrossingCOMO.   Outline 0:00 - Time 1:15 - Heart of the problem 2:35 - Prayer 3:00 - One of the most convicting passages ( (Luke 5.15-16)) 4:30 - The most shocking part 6:15 - Personal application 9:10 - (The Ruthless Elimination of Hurry) by John Mark Comer 9:20 - Subscribe. Rate. Share.   Social Facebook: ( Instagram: ( Twitter: (   Passages Luke 5.15-16: (   References The Ruthless Elimination of Hurry by John Mark Comer: (   Resources "Why Are You So Busy?" by Keith Simon: ( John Mark Comer: ( "Breathe" by Jonny Diaz: ( Sacra Pagina: The Gospel of Luke Commentary by Luke Timothy Johnson: ( The Gospel According to Luke by James Edwards: (   Related Learning to Follow Jesus: ( Support this podcast