Don’t Jump Back in the Tub

Sermon Notes March 22, 2009

Sermon Notes

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7 Responses to “Don’t Jump Back in the Tub”


  1. 1 Peter Park March 22, 2009 at 9:15 pm

    It’s be fun seeing your notes lately. It’s interesting to see how people take notes…a window into the way God made them.

  2. 2 chelan March 23, 2009 at 8:50 am

    i’ve been think about what we do vs. who we are, this whole week.

    so often, people interchange the two, as if they’re synonyms. i.e. these statements:

    a.) look at that guy. he’s the youth leader.
    b.) hi, i’m chelan. i work for hutto baptist & i’m a mom of 2.
    c.) see that toddler over there? she’s the one who throws tantrums.
    – (and this one that really frustrates me-)
    d.) i’m sean and i’m a homosexual. it’s part of who i am…how i was created.

    we even tend to do it with God, only seeing him for how he blesses or doesn’t bless.

    but maybe we should try more, to see ourselves and others for who they are…apart from what they do. as hard as that may be to separate. i think that’s how God looks as his children.

    it would teach us to focus more on character first, and our actions as just the overflow.
    ****
    ps- nice pic of the poop in the tub. my husb. & i use the analogy of mixing in just a teaspoon of poop into the brownie batter when we talk about making justifications for our sin…like watching an R rated movie, with just 1 really explicit scene). kinda funny, but true! we may do that, but we’d never eat brownies tinged w/a tiny turd!

  3. 3 Johannes March 24, 2009 at 8:57 am

    Poop in the tub ftw

  4. 5 Chris Stout March 26, 2009 at 9:08 am

    Interesting. I’d like to see how you take your Cisco notes. Ha ha.

  5. 6 worshipcity March 27, 2009 at 10:02 pm

    I’m absolutely love your notes! They are amazing!

  6. 7 Preston April 24, 2009 at 6:07 am

    Love the pic of the poop in the pool I will have to use that one! I’ve used a similar analogy of taking a think juicy steak and ringing it inside of a toilet bowel and asking – “no matter how hungry you might be or how much you want to eat that steak – would you knowing where it has been?”. This is the same with sin and our human desires. The desire is not the issue here, for that is natural – but eating a piece of crap infested meat and knowing what it might do to us is a choice. Let’s not eat the poopy meat or jump into pools with poop! 🙂


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