Surrender to My love. In My sight, you are a new creation, forgiven and made righteous by the blood of My Son. Fix your eyes on Me. Rejoice in all I have for you knowing nothing is impossible with Me.


Those who love Jesus Christ are called to demonstrate that love by serving and loving others. If the Church actually believed that, the Body of Christ would look different and our impact on the world would look different. 

How do we represent Jesus? Some of us believe representing Jesus is pointing out sin in other people’s lives. Others believe, it’s learning the Bible and quoting it to people. Still others believe it is by gathering together in a place that has a steeple on top of it. While there’s nothing wrong with any of those things, that’s not how we represent Jesus.

After His resurrection, Jesus was on the beach preparing breakfast for His disciples. This is just another example of His servant’s heart. He used this opportunity to reassure Peter of His love for Him.  

 “He said to him {Peter} the third time, ‘Simon son of Jonah, do you love Me?’ Peter was grieved because He said to him the third time, ‘Do you love Me?’ And he said to Him, ‘Lord, You know all things; You know that I love You.’ Jesus said to him, ‘Feed My sheep.’” – John 21:17

We love Jesus by loving and serving others. Jesus gave Peter a lesson in what it meant to love Him. That became one of the last messages in the Gospel of John that Jesus was trying to impress upon us.    

Every day that Jesus walked on this earth, He demonstrated serving and loving others. The world judges success by how many people serve under a person. Not many seek to be last, or like being told what to do. Most, would rather be first and be the ones telling others what do. Jesus not only taught the opposite, He lived it out.

“…but whoever desires to become great among you shall be your servant. And whoever of you desires to be first shall be slave of all. For even the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give His life a ransom for many.” — Mark 10:43-45

Until we know how to love and serve people, we do not know how to evangelize no matter how much Bible we have inside of us. A great awakening is coming to the United States in the form of a revival and we’re going to have a front row seat. But it’s not just going to happen through the power of the preaching of the Gospel; It’s going to happen through the power of the servanthood He demonstrated for us to follow.

                                       FROM MY SERMON SERIES SERVOLUTION