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Summary: This sermon, used with Cardboard Testimonies, testifies that Jesus is still in the life-changing business.

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It’s Your Move—Jesus Still Changes Lives

(Used with Cardboard Testimonies)

While even in the womb, Jesus started changing lives.

He changed Mary and Elizabeth’s lives. Luke 1:39-42

He changed the Shepherds’ lives. Luke 2:15-20

Do you know that Jesus is still in the life-changing business?

He changed the life of a demon-possessed man in Capernaum. Luke 4:31-35

He changed the lives of Simon Peter’s mother-in-law and many people in Capernaum. Luke 4:38-40

He changed the Disciples’ lives. Luke 5:11

He changed a leper’s life. Luke 5:13

He changed a paralyzed man’s life. Luke 5:25

Do you know that Jesus is still in the life-changing business?

He changed the life of a man with a withered hand. Luke 6:10

He changed the lives of multitudes in Tyre and Sidon. Luke 6:17-19

He changed the life of the Centurion’s servant in Capernaum and raised a widow’s son from the dead in Nain. Luke 7:10-15

Do you know that Jesus is still in the life-changing business?

He changed the life of a prostitute. Luke 7:50

He changed the lives of the disciples when he saved them from dying on the Sea of Galilee. Luke 8:22-25

He changed the life of a man possessed by a demon called “Legion.” Luke 8:26ff

He changed the life of the 12-year-old daughter of Jairus. Luke 8:42, 54

He changed the life of a woman who had had a discharge of blood for 12 years. Luke 8:48

He changed the life of an unclean boy who was demon-possessed. Luke 9:37-43

He changed the life of a woman who had been disabled by an evil spirit for 18 years. Luke 13:10-17

He changed the life of a man who had dropsy. Luke 14:4

He changed the lives of 10 men who had leprosy. Luke 17:11-19

He changed the life of a blind beggar. Luke 18:35-43

Do you know that Jesus is still in the life-changing business?

He changed the life of Zacchaeus. Luke 19:6-10

He changed our lives when he rose from the dead and gave us the hope of eternal life. Luke 24:46-47

Do you know that Jesus is still in the life-changing business?

Bryon Widner does.

Bryon used to be one of the leaders of the white power movement as the found of the Vinlanders gang of skinheads.

He’d covered his body and face with tattoos that were designed to communicate hate and instill fear in all who encountered him.

Well, Byron met Jesus and had a change of heart. He’s a Christian now, and he wanted to get those ugly, hateful tattoos off of his face and hands. No one would hire him. No one would trust him. No one would help him. I mean, do you feel sorry for a guy who used to commit hate crimes? Probably not.

But someone did–Daryle Lamont Jenkins, a black man who runs an anti-hate group… a man the white supremacists consider their sworn enemy. He found an anonymous donor who was willing to give the $35,000 cash it would cost to pay for the extensive, horribly painful process of removing the tattoos. I think the 35 surgeries and the pain he willingly went through are a testimony.

Bryon testimony is proof that Jesus still changes lives.


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