Eternity at the Table
Every meal has a price. In the case of the celebration banquet we’ll have in Heaven, the price is Jesus. It’s His table, not our table. Jesus invites everyone as they are and determines who’s in and who’s out, not us. Your excuse is weak, because no excuse we can come up with is worth losing being with God for eternity. There’s room at the table, so compel your family, friends, coworkers and others to the table.
More From The Table
The Table - Restoration at the Table
November 25, 2018
Bible Text: John 21:1-14 | Speaker: Nathan Logsdon | Series: The Table After the Resurrection, Jesus meets privately with Peter to have a conversation of love and restoration. The Table is a place where mission/vision matters. We can’t live in the ‘used to’s’ too long. Restoration is always available. Offer restoration by loving each other and celebrating when the lost are found.
The Table - Indignation at the Table
November 18, 2018
Bible Text: Luke 15:25-32 | Speaker: Nathan Logsdon | Series: The Table The story of the Prodigal Son is a contrast between the joy of the father and the indignation of the older brother. The Table is a place where mission/vision matters. You know you have indignation in your heart if your first response is anger over joy, you refuse to associate with those ‘far off’, and you denounce others from family. The Table is a place for anyone, anytime.
The Table - Vision at the Table
November 11, 2018
Bible Text: John 13 | Speaker: Nathan Logsdon | Series: The Table When Jesus gathered with the disciples in the upper room that Thursday evening, he knew what was directly ahead of him. He used this opportunity to teach and to model at the table. The Table is a place where mission/vision matters, no matter your perceived position or who is near you. All of this so those who are “far off” may know the promise.
The Table - Position at the Table
July 29, 2018
Bible Text: Luke 14:7-14 | Speaker: Nathan Logsdon | Series: The Table Where we sit matters, at least in the eyes of our culture. But Jesus invites all to come sit with Him. Hospitality is expressed when we extend the invitation and when we receive the invitation. Hospitality is without strings and expectations. The Table is often counter-cultural.