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Have you left Jesus behind all you important stuff forgetting Jesus like Mary and Joseph did.
Series: Epipany 1
Denomination: Episcopal/Anglican
Scripture: Luke 2:41-2:52
Shared: 1/10/2008
#5 in 10 Commandment Series
Denomination: Assembly of God
Shared: 10/18/2000
You don’t know you misplaced something until you need it. Have you taken your fellowship with Jesus for granted?
Denomination: Church of God
Scripture: Luke 2:41-2:52
Shared: 1/29/2003
Once we come to Christ in faith, our relationship is secure in Him. However, it is possible to loose our fellowship with Him.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Luke 2:41-2:52
Shared: 9/18/2002
Have we left Jesus behind in our lives by being distrated with other things. Are our priorities the same as those of Jesus.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Luke 2:41-2:52
Shared: 11/27/2005
Jesus’ reply to his parents reveal to us 3 things: (1)He knows His identity; (1)His heart is with God; (3)He is concerned with His Father’s business. Learn from Him.
Denomination: Independent/Bible
Shared: 1/29/2004
The Father’s business was important to Jesus and should be important to the church also. We need to be faithful and diligent at this work.
Scripture: Luke 2:41-2:49
Shared: 2/21/2004
Jesus was about God’s business (so should we).
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Luke 2:41-2:52
Shared: 5/3/2002
Just as Jesus said that He must be about His Father’s business, so we also have a "business" given to us by our Heavenly Father to carry out.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Luke 2:41-2:50
Shared: 3/1/2004
The Bible declares that multitudes of people will be lost in the end... Many will be lost and go into judgement from many places in the earth. But one of the most horrible places to go to hell lost is from the very place salvation should be easily found.
Denomination: Pentecostal
Scripture: Luke 2:41-2:45
Tags: Salvation
Shared: 2/4/2005