Feast of Tabernacles
You know, a few years ago, I gave a sermon on the Kingdom of God. And I explained in that sermon basically how we're going to become gods, how we're going to rule the world tomorrow. The fact that we are going to be kings and priests, and I sat down after giving that sermon, and I sort of patted myself on the back, as you might do. I thought, well, boy, I think I gave a good sermon today. Well, perhaps I shouldn't have said that while I was patting myself on the back. I had an elderly woman come up to me after services. And she said, "Mr. Holladay, I appreciated your sermon. But," she said, "you know, I don't want to be a king. I don't wanna be a priest. I don't wanna judge. I don't wanna rule." "You know, I just want to make it into the Kingdom of God and be there and be satisfied." You know, over the years, I've had many people who've actually said the same thing to me. That I don't want to rule in the Kingdom of God. You know, I don't want all the responsibility. I don't want to be a king or a priest. I just want to make it.
Transcript of this Sermon coming.