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Episode 34 - He Ain't No "Have it Your Way" Burger King

April 21, 2021
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The Church tends to easily dismiss Christ in his Kingly office, either by spiritualizing his rule, or by saying that his Kingly rule is non-existent until the second coming. "Surely, if he was really reigning the world wouldn't look like the mess that it is" is the kind of criticisms that one might hear against the claim that Jesus reigns as King. In this episode of Sermon B-Sides, Pastor Jon and Pastor Rusten discuss the Kingly office of Christ and how he is reigning now. We hope you enjoy, and as usual, if you have any questions for Sermon B-Sides—or anything else for that matter—e-mail us at pastor@coramdeochurch.org.

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Jon is the lead pastor and founding pastor of Coram Deo Church. He and his wife live in Bremerton with their three kids. He loves spending time with his family and riding motorcycles.

Rusten leads our Youth Community and also provides teaching/preaching support. He and his wife live in Kingston with their three kids. He loves reading, writing, cooking, feasting, music, and family dance parties.

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The Church tends to easily dismiss Christ in his Kingly office, either by spiritualizing his rule, or by saying that his Kingly rule is non-existent until the second coming. "Surely, if he was really reigning the world wouldn't look like the mess that it is" is the kind of criticisms that one might hear against the claim that Jesus reigns as King. In this episode of Sermon B-Sides, Pastor Jon and Pastor Rusten discuss the Kingly office of Christ and how he is reigning now. We hope you enjoy, and as usual, if you have any questions for Sermon B-Sides—or anything else for that matter—e-mail us at pastor@coramdeochurch.org.

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Listen on Spotify

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