Sermons

Moving from Self-Pity to Compassion in a World of Failed Plans and Unmet Needs (Mark 6:30-34)

Tim Cain, February 10, 2018
Part of the Mark series, preached at a Saturday Evening service

Have you ever felt like no matter how hard you try you just can’t seem to catch a break? Have you felt like no one really understands what you are going through? Have you ever wondered why every time your needs seem to collide with someone else’s you are the one who is expected to make sacrifices? Have you ever found that even though you are willing to make those sacrifices there is a part of you that can’t help but feel a little bit sorry for yourself? If any of these things sound familiar than Mark 6:30-34 has something to say to you. In this text we will see how God calls us to move from self-pity to compassion and how he doesn’t just call us to do this he actually makes it possible.

Tags: Church, El Cajon, failed, Forgiveness, God, hurt, Jesus, Kaleo, Lord, Love, Mark, pain, pity, plans, sacrifice, self, World







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