Kingdom Clout Pt. 1

And we’re back! I hope you all had a lovely holiday season, and happy new year so far!

This weekend we sang Momentum, a new song by Elevation Worship, along with My Testimony, King of My Heart, and Graves into Gardens.

Pastor Furtick was starting a new series called Kingdom Clout; my notes on part one of this series are below.


  • Matthew 20:20-24
  • It’s okay to care what people think about you; it’s not okay to be controlled by what people think about you.
  • Mark 3:13-19
  • He calls those He wanted.  God has options.
  • The Kingdom of God is invisible and insignificant to the human eye but it is immediate.  The Kingdom of Heaven is at hand. (The first message Jesus preached.)
  • Jesus called people stuff that He knew they were before they even knew they were yet.
  • When you attach your significance to status or your security to stuff, it is never enough.
  • It’s not really attention you want, it’s intimacy–not to be noticed, but to be known.
  • It takes you a lot of your life to figure out what you really want; what I really want is to be connected to God.


You can watch the message here:


Much love,


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