The Life of the Christian Servant
The Life of the Christian Servant
Luke 12:35-48
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Sunday Morning Service,  March 9, 2008

What are the essential characteristics that should dominate the life of those who profess to be Christ’s servants? In the two parables of Luke 12:35-48, Christ teaches that His servants are characterized by readiness for His return and faithfulness in His service. Christ also explains what rewards or punishments may come upon those who profess to be His servants depending upon the performance of their duties.

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