See Who God Puts in Your Path

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As followers of Christ, we've been given a huge stack of invitations to hand out to others. We get the privilege of sending these invitations, and there's no exclusiveness here. Nobody paid for an invitation. Nobody earned an invitation. It's been given freely to all who would accept it and receive it. So, we have all of these invitations, we're sent out and we go to places that are unfamiliar and uncomfortable. And we reach out to people who are uninvited and overlooked. And in doing this, we changed the world one person at a time. 

We were initially not a part of the invitation list due to our sin, but because God sent Jesus to earth, he made a way for us to be invited. And so, we thank God for his grace that invites all of us. So, we called to and must make it our mission to invite as many people as possible to come with us. God wants you to be a part of bringing as many people as possible to the great banquet in Heaven.

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  • Silas Lowry

    Silas Lowry

    I Love This!!! ❤️ Southeast Is The Best! AMEN 🙏
  • Brian Hodges

    Brian Hodges

    Kyle is the best. miss Dave and Bob but the church is definitely in good hands with Kyle. Live the Indiana campus as well. Taylor Barton is a great worship leader. God Bless all SECC members
  • Steven Oiler

    Steven Oiler

    Amen, received this message . Great word.

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