Transformed Episode #162 – Jesus, Our Eternal God!

Date June 30, 2013

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Welcome to the Transformed podcast.

What’s so special about Jesus? Wasn’t He just another religious leader? Wasn’t He just a good teacher?

In today’s study, Brandon Lyons speaks at Pacific Baptist Church in El Segundo, California shows us that Jesus was more than a religious leader, much more than a good teacher: Jesus was actually the eternal Son of God who longs to have a personal, intimate and constant relationship with us!

Let’s join Brandon as he tells us about Jesus … Our Eternal God.

 

And with that thought, Brandon concludes with this life-changing challenge. Remember, it is our deepest hope is that you will grow to know Jesus in a much more personal, intimate manner so that you can imitate Him before others in your world.

Perhaps you would you consider sharing this message with a friend? God longs to release the captives of our culture into the freedom of faith. Thank you!

If you would like to explore how to enjoy a deeper life with Jesus, one that God is pleased with, Dr. Smith writes a weekly blog to help you do just that!

Becoming Like Jesus is a chronological walk with Jesus through His life and ministry. This weekly blog is built around the premise that Jesus lived a transparent life with His disciples so that could imitate Him. Becoming Like Jesus helps you become the hands and feet of your Master, the Lord Jesus, in your daily life.

You can subscribe FREE of charge to Becoming Like Jesus at the Eagles In Leadership website by clicking the appropriate link on the right hand side panel of the Eagles In Leadership website.

Today’s episode was recorded live in El Segundo, California and edited by Ryan Longsworth in Los Angeles, California.

And now, until next time, we are praying that you would be filled with the love of God so that you can demonstrate His love to the lost and dying in your city! God bless!

 

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