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Series: Living Life as an Ambassador of Christ

Many, many people believe in Jesus Christ – and yet somehow there’s a gap between what they believe and how they live. It seems that other people are out there doing things for God, and yet they feel as though there’s something missing in their lives in that regard. That’s because there is. The Lord means for us to be Ambassadors – Ambassadors of Christ. What does that mean? How does that work? So why not join Berni Dymet – as he opens God’s Word to discover what it really means to live out a life that truly counts for something.

Episode 1. A Whole New Take on Life

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Life just seems to happen doesn’t it? We get up, do pretty much the same thing as yesterday, over and over. And as someone who believes in Jesus it can be easy for us to lose sight of what God wants us to do with our lives. And it turns out – that in His eyes, you and I – we’re Ambassadors of Christ. That’s quite a calling.

Join Berni Dymet, on Christianityworks as he opens God’s Word to see what God has to say to us, about living a life that truly counts.

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Episode 2. Clothed in Christ

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Everyone – everyone who believes in Jesus is called to be His ambassador. An Ambassador of Christ. That involves a change of heart, it involves a change in our actions and it involves – well, going. Ambassadors don’t stay, they go. That’s why being Christ’s Ambassadors ain’t easy sometimes.

Join Berni Dymet, on Christianityworks as he opens God’s Word to see what God has to say to us, about living a life that truly counts.

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Episode 3. Looking Walking and Talking Like Jesus

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Everyone – everyone who believes in Jesus is called to be His ambassador. And if we’re going to be His Ambassadors, then we’d better look like Him, walk like Him, talk like Him – each in our own ways of course, but you get what I mean. So – how do we do that?

Join Berni Dymet, on Christianityworks as he opens God’s Word to see what God has to say to us, about living a life that truly counts.

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Episode 4. Ambassador with a Difference

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Everyone – everyone who believes in Jesus is called to be His ambassador. Ahh – there are Ambassadors and then there are Ambassadors. Question is – how can you and I be the sort of Ambassador of Christ that stands out – for the right reasons?

Join Berni Dymet, on Christianityworks as he opens God’s Word to see what God has to say to us, about living a life that truly counts.

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Berni Dymet

Joe, the diplomacy aspect of Matthew’s calling came when Jesus dined with his fellow tax collectors rather than condemning them. Jesus reserved sharp criticism for those who should have known better – the Pharisees, Sadducees and His own Disciples. When it came to the “sinners”out there” somewhere, He engage them with His love rather than with condemnation. He came to heal the sick; to save the sinners, not to condemn them

– Berni



Joe Knepley

Hmmm, not sure diplomacy is a “requirement”. Even in the example you give of Jesus calling Matthew, I don’t see a relationship bridge built between Jesus and Matthew before Jesus calls Matthew. Relationship, listening, etc. can’t hurt but I am not sure they are required especially given Jesus’ examples of calling disciples in the bible.



Joe Knepley

Amen! Very convicting – the Levi’s in my life need the love of Christ not my judgment – very, very, convicting.



Joe Knepley

Amen! Very motivating sermon, much appreciated.



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