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John Ploog - August 22, 2021

Bear Fruit that Last

What do you think is a good investment? Eighteen months ago we were investing in toilet paper. Today, after massive government spending, followed by crazy inflation, we are advised to buy gold. What are you betting on these days? We all have desires, hopes, dreams, and ambitions. We put our time and our money on good buys, the kind of things they say will last. How are you investing your resources, including the one to two billion seconds God will likely give you, to make a difference? Oh, we will spend them, for sure. How are you investing your very life in the things that will matter for all eternity? Why do you think we should care about things like this? Well, God cares about our investments. Jesus took our lives seriously, “You did not choose me, but I chose you and appointed you to go and bear fruit – fruit that will last,” (Jn.15:16). Therefore, as we abide in the Vine we bear fruit that lasts.

From Series: "Galatians"

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John Ploog - August 22, 2021

Bear Fruit that Last

What do you think is a good investment? Eighteen months ago we were investing in toilet paper. Today, after massive government spending, followed by crazy inflation, we are advised to buy gold. What are you betting on these days? We all have desires, hopes, dreams, and ambitions. We put our time and our money on good buys, the kind of things they say will last. How are you investing your resources, including the one to two billion seconds God will likely give you, to make a difference? Oh, we will spend them, for sure. How are you investing your very life in the things that will matter for all eternity? Why do you think we should care about things like this? Well, God cares about our investments. Jesus took our lives seriously, “You did not choose me, but I chose you and appointed you to go and bear fruit – fruit that will last,” (Jn.15:16). Therefore, as we abide in the Vine we bear fruit that lasts.

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John Ploog - August 22, 2021

Bear Fruit that Last

What do you think is a good investment? Eighteen months ago we were investing in toilet paper. Today, after massive government spending, followed by crazy inflation, we are advised to buy gold. What are you betting on these days? We all have desires, hopes, dreams, and ambitions. We put our time and our money on good buys, the kind of things they say will last. How are you investing your resources, including the one to two billion seconds God will likely give you, to make a difference? Oh, we will spend them, for sure. How are you investing your very life in the things that will matter for all eternity? Why do you think we should care about things like this? Well, God cares about our investments. Jesus took our lives seriously, “You did not choose me, but I chose you and appointed you to go and bear fruit – fruit that will last,” (Jn.15:16). Therefore, as we abide in the Vine we bear fruit that lasts.

From Series: "Galatians"

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