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Scott Sauls
Christian, husband, dad, pastor, author of some books. INFJ. Enneagram 4w3. NYC to Nashville.
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Scott Sauls 22m
Replying to @KayWarren1
“I sorta like...” 😂
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Scott Sauls 53m
Membership in a local church means joining your imperfect self to many other imperfect selves to form an imperfect community that, through Jesus, embarks on a journey toward a better future . . . together.
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Scott Sauls 6h
What if Christians became widely known as the world’s first and most thorough responders whenever friend, neighbor, colleague, or stranger experiences tragedy such as divorce, unemployment, a crippling diagnosis, a loved one’s death, or a rebellious child?
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Scott Sauls 10h
On becoming conservative liberals. .
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Scott Sauls 11h
Are we known by what we are for instead of what we are against? Are we less concerned about defending our rights—for Jesus laid down his rights—and more concerned about joining Jesus in his mission of loving people, places, and things to life?
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Annie F. Downs 4 Nov 16
"It's a privilege whenever we get to tell another person they matter." on 👇🏼
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Scott Sauls Jul 15
Watch Stranger Things? 1. Dial 618-625-8313. 2. Listen to the recorded message. 3. You're welcome.
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Scott Sauls Jul 15
What if Christians became widely known as the bosses everyone wants to work for, the colleagues everyone wants to work alongside, and the employees everyone wants to hire?
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Scott Sauls Jul 14
Although he said more about hell than most other subjects, Jesus had a very short fuse with those who appeared enthusiastic about the idea of people suffering eternally.
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Scott Sauls Jul 14
What if Christians became widely known for nurturing communities in which every person, regardless of marital status, is given the full experience of family?
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Scott Sauls Jul 14
Replying to @JonTyson
Epic
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Scott Sauls Jul 14
Replying to @rogers_justin
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Scott Sauls Jul 14
Replying to @rogers_justin
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Scott Sauls Jul 14
This is correct. With no "Yeah, but's..." about it. Just correct, plain and simple. . "If your presentation of the Gospel does not expose it to the charge of Antinomianism you are probably not putting it correctly." - D. Martyn Lloyd Jones
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Todd Gerelds Jul 14
Just yesterday, posted that no one learns of their sin by being told. Within the body there are times we are to lovingly confront a brother re: sin. But, to those who don’t know Jesus, we are muddying the waters and potentially pushing people away from Christ.
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Scott Sauls Jul 14
Jesus did not scold the Samaritan woman for her “lifestyle.” Nor did he use the Bible as a weapon against her. Instead, he saw beneath her distorted behavior to the need and emptiness that were driving it. Seeing her sin, he loved her.
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Scott Sauls Jul 14
Having received such a great grace, Christians have a compelling reason to be remarkably gracious, inviting, and endearing toward others, including and especially those who disagree with us.
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Scott Sauls Jul 14
Guest preaching at an Acts 29 church in Austin, Texas this morning. Cheering your brothers on. Thank you, Scotty, for these faithful benedictions every week. I don’t think you’ve missed a single Sunday since you began this in 2012. Amazing.
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Scott Sauls Jul 13
What if Christians exemplified, in blatantly discernible ways for all the world to see, the beauty of biblical marriage by HAVING biblical marriages?
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Scott Sauls Jul 13
Red flags should go up whenever Christians downplay biblical justice in the name of sound doctrine and conversion. The same is equally true when Christians do the opposite. Romans 8 and James 2 are equally from God and equally essential. Each completes the other.
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