Avoiding Offensiveness without Avoiding the Offense of the Cross

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Too many believers think that following Jesus is being nice and avoiding conflict, while others think that being confrontational means being angry and mean-spirited. Today’s broadcast will help you find your way between these negative extremes.    
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Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line:  Jesus took the offense, the mockery, and the hatred of the world at the cross. He was rejected and He said, “The servant is not greater than his master.”  If the world treated Him like that, how will it treat us? Let us take up the cross and follow Jesus, full of love, but not backing down from the Truth.
             
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