What's Central?

What is central? It’s a rather important question to ask, because it has such important ramifications. Whatever is center, whatever gives us the MOST pleasure will ultimately become our god. I’m ashamed to say that there is a laundry list in my past of things that I’ve found more pleasure in than Jesus. Relationships. Stuff. Experiences. I saw this video last week and wanted to share it with you. It is quite possibly is the most convicting three minute segment of sermonizing I’ve heard in a long, long time:

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