Does Jesus Know My Name?

December 5, 2007

We have just posted a new sermon called Does Jesus Know My Name? Here’s an excerpt:

This is the ultimate answer to the answer to the question, “Does Jesus know my name?” In John 10:14 Jesus said, “I am the good shepherd. I know my own and my own know me.” The last time I saw my father before he died, he was in the Intensive Care Unit at a hospital in Birmingham and was desperately ill. I walked in and said, “Hi, Dad.” But he didn’t recognize me. He talked but he didn’t know who he was talking to. He was so sick that he didn’t know I was in the room.

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