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Living with Jesus

The surpassing greatness of Christ is worth our everything.

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Rejoicing in the Lord, not in what you've done

Considering everything as loss

Suffering with Christ

Conclusion

Christ and his sufferings are better than our comfort.

Francis Chan is former pastor of Cornerstone Church in Simi Valley, California, and author of Crazy Love and Forgotten God.

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Gary Preston

February 13, 2016  8:48am

Good insights and text development. Negative tone typical of Francis Chan. Weak conclusion.

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Robert Daniels

February 05, 2011  5:17pm

This is a good pastoral care sermon besides being one to challenge and inspire us. We comfort people by saying "the Lord is near to the broken-hearted". Why not take courage in this same truth for ourselves?

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