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Jesus commanded his followers NOT to do a few things. But his Not commandments were so extreme, his followers were tempted Not to try. And then, Jesus rose from the dead and everything changed.

In this 6-part series, Andy Stanley teaches us that the arrival of Jesus signaled the end of the Temple Model and the beginning of something entirely new!  #TheNCommandments DOWNLOAD ONLY

 

Part 1 - Unhitched (Andy Stanley)

Jesus commanded his followers not to do a few things. But his "not" commandments were so extreme his followers were tempted not to even try. And then, Jesus rose from the dead and everything changed. The Bible is complex. Christianity can seem extreme. But when it comes to faith, this one thing changed everything. Acts 15:1-11, 19-31

 

Part 2 - Fear Not (Andy Stanley)

Jesus commanded his followers not to do a few things. But his "not" commandments were so extreme his followers were tempted not to even try. And then, Jesus rose from the dead and everything changed. The Bible is complex. Christianity can seem extreme. But when it comes to faith, this one thing changed everything. Life can be scary. Believe it or not, there's a way to live without fear . . . even when there's something to be afraid of. Matthew 8:23-27, 10:28-31, 14:22-27

 

Part 3 - Sin Not (Andy Stanley)

When Jesus rose from the dead, it changed everything. The early church had a Resurrection religion. They couldn’t go back and embrace a Temple Model that focused on sacred men in sacred places with special interpretations of sacred texts. Instead, they had one new commandment: love one another as Jesus had loved them. Jesus gave his followers another commandment related to the commandment to love one another: sin no more. But how are we supposed to do that when we’re so imperfect? John 8:2-11; Exodus 20:14; Leviticus 20:10

 

Part 4 - Worry Not (Andy Stanley)

The future is uncertain and sometimes scary. This one truth can help you to live free of worry. The early Christian church was a “resurrection religion”—it was motivated less by a set of rules than by the event of Jesus’ death and resurrection. During his earthly ministry Jesus initiated a New Covenant based on love instead of rules. But that doesn’t mean he threw out the rules. In fact, he passed along an odd assortment of new commandments that sounded unreasonable . . . until he initiated and punctuated this New Covenant by dying on a cross and then rising from dead. Matthew 6:25-34; John 14:1; Philippians 4:5-7

 

Part 5 - Judge Not (Andy Stanley)

People size each other up all the time. We all do it. This command from Jesus has the power to change all of your relationships. After Jesus’ death and resurrection, his followers couldn’t re-embrace a temple religion. They were left with Jesus’ odd assortment of commnandments—impossible to imagine before the resurrection but made possible by the resurrection. These commandments would fuel a movement that changed the world. Perhaps the most popular commandment among those who don’t follow Jesus is “judge not.” It’s the one Christians are most often accused of violating. It’s also one of the most misunderstood of Jesus’ commands. Matthew 7:1-5

 

Part 6 - Doubt Not (Andy Stanley)

Wouldn't it be great to have a faith with no doubts? But most believers wrestle with doubt at some level. We face circumstances that don’t add up. We see suffering and injustice in the world. Doubt grabs our minds and emotions. We wonder if we’re just making excuses for a God who isn’t really there . . . or isn’t there in the way we assumed. Jesus commanded: “Doubt not.” But when he said that, he didn’t mean for us to quit feeling doubtful. His command was more practical and life-changing. Matthew 14:30-31; Matthew 21:21; John 6:60, 66-69

 

Jesus commanded his followers NOT to do a few things. But his Not commandments were so extreme, his followers were tempted Not to try. And then, Jesus rose from the dead and everything changed.

In this 6-part series, Andy Stanley teaches us that the arrival of Jesus signaled the end of the Temple Model and the beginning of something entirely new!  #TheNCommandments DOWNLOAD ONLY

 

Part 1 - Unhitched (Andy Stanley)

Jesus commanded his followers not to do a few things. But his "not" commandments were so extreme his followers were tempted not to even try. And then, Jesus rose from the dead and everything changed. The Bible is complex. Christianity can seem extreme. But when it comes to faith, this one thing changed everything. Acts 15:1-11, 19-31

 

Part 2 - Fear Not (Andy Stanley)

Jesus commanded his followers not to do a few things. But his "not" commandments were so extreme his followers were tempted not to even try. And then, Jesus rose from the dead and everything changed. The Bible is complex. Christianity can seem extreme. But when it comes to faith, this one thing changed everything. Life can be scary. Believe it or not, there's a way to live without fear . . . even when there's something to be afraid of. Matthew 8:23-27, 10:28-31, 14:22-27

 

Part 3 - Sin Not (Andy Stanley)

When Jesus rose from the dead, it changed everything. The early church had a Resurrection religion. They couldn’t go back and embrace a Temple Model that focused on sacred men in sacred places with special interpretations of sacred texts. Instead, they had one new commandment: love one another as Jesus had loved them. Jesus gave his followers another commandment related to the commandment to love one another: sin no more. But how are we supposed to do that when we’re so imperfect? John 8:2-11; Exodus 20:14; Leviticus 20:10

 

Part 4 - Worry Not (Andy Stanley)

The future is uncertain and sometimes scary. This one truth can help you to live free of worry. The early Christian church was a “resurrection religion”—it was motivated less by a set of rules than by the event of Jesus’ death and resurrection. During his earthly ministry Jesus initiated a New Covenant based on love instead of rules. But that doesn’t mean he threw out the rules. In fact, he passed along an odd assortment of new commandments that sounded unreasonable . . . until he initiated and punctuated this New Covenant by dying on a cross and then rising from dead. Matthew 6:25-34; John 14:1; Philippians 4:5-7

 

Part 5 - Judge Not (Andy Stanley)

People size each other up all the time. We all do it. This command from Jesus has the power to change all of your relationships. After Jesus’ death and resurrection, his followers couldn’t re-embrace a temple religion. They were left with Jesus’ odd assortment of commnandments—impossible to imagine before the resurrection but made possible by the resurrection. These commandments would fuel a movement that changed the world. Perhaps the most popular commandment among those who don’t follow Jesus is “judge not.” It’s the one Christians are most often accused of violating. It’s also one of the most misunderstood of Jesus’ commands. Matthew 7:1-5

 

Part 6 - Doubt Not (Andy Stanley)

Wouldn't it be great to have a faith with no doubts? But most believers wrestle with doubt at some level. We face circumstances that don’t add up. We see suffering and injustice in the world. Doubt grabs our minds and emotions. We wonder if we’re just making excuses for a God who isn’t really there . . . or isn’t there in the way we assumed. Jesus commanded: “Doubt not.” But when he said that, he didn’t mean for us to quit feeling doubtful. His command was more practical and life-changing. Matthew 14:30-31; Matthew 21:21; John 6:60, 66-69