Sowing in Stinking Situations

Did you know that some of the best gardening can be accomplished by using the right fertilizer? Oftentimes, fertilizer can be composed of material that is smelly and undesirable as a standalone product. In this compassionate message, Dr. E. Dewey Smith, Jr. teaches that sometimes our best growth can come when we can sow into others even when things in our own lives may be “stinking.” Using the servitude of Jesus as he washed his disciples’ feet, Dr. Smith also explains the importance of being sensitive to shifts in our own personal seasons. As sowers, the most important criteria is when we know that our identity and assignment are both dependent upon our individual relationship with God.

John 13:5-10

Type: Sermon

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