Are You A Hole Digger or Risk Taker?

Written by Doug Giles on February 1, 2020

What if I told you that many ‘Christianette Sermonettes’ in mainstream Churchianity often leave out what Jesus really had to say? Think you’re up for it?

If you’re looking for a tired old rehash of the same old scriptures you’ve come to the wrong place. Because this is as fresh as if Jesus had said it just yesterday.

You’ve probably heard the parable of the talents, right? Whenever you’ve heard about it, the big takeaway is all about obedience — or else — right?

If that’s your takeaway, you’ve been majoring on the minor, and you’ve missed out on a kickass shot in the arm of spiritual adrenaline to encourage you to be that one guy with the guts to charge into Hell with a water pistol whatever the odds might be.

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The real heroes of the faith put themselves out there and took some crazy risks. How did ordinary guys like them manage to do it? The key is right there in one of Jesus’s most familiar parables, in a way you’ve NEVER heard it broken down before.

Audio taken from the most recent ‘sermons and cigars’ series.

Did you love that? You bet you did!

There’s lots more where that came from.

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