Most people would like to be great at something. It doesn’t have to be everything. But we’d like to be really good at something – whether its having the best free throw or the best muscle car or the best flower bed. And as long as we keep it in perspective, those sorts of ambitions are harmless enough. But the longing for greatness becomes dangerous when it turns into arrogance and self-exaltation. In this sermon, we take a close look at what Jesus says leads to true greatness. (Spoiler Alert: It begins and ends with following His example.)
Text = Matthew 20:17-28
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