All Isn’t Enough

This Sunday, Senior Pastor Dr. Eddie Gandy discusses the pursuit of fortune and fame and talks about the problems of life getting in the way of us seeing Jesus. He shares the story of Zacchaeus, a famous and wealthy tax collector who wouldn’t let things get in the way of him seeing Jesus and how his actions not only brought Jesus to his home but also changed him. He reminds us not to discriminate against those who are different and reminds us that when we spend time with Jesus, He will change our priorities, our lives and our whole world. 

Below is a copy of the sermon that you can listen to as well as notes about which verses are being discussed. Included in the notes are Bible links so that you can follow along.

All Isn’t Enough

Text: Luke 19: 1-10

Thinks I want to remember:

V.1: The Place: Jericho

V.2: The Person: Zacchaeus

V.3: The Pursuit: Sought

V.4: The Position: Up a Tree

V.5: The Proposition: Let’s Go

V.6: The Response: Joyful

V.7: The Criticism: Complaining

V.8: The Change: Amazing

V.9-10: The Reward: Eternal

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