Sounds Like Me

A friend directed me to a message preached recently by a pastor in Huntsville, Alabama, Jean Larroux because she thought it sounded like me.

The truth is, it doesn’t sound like me at all. Pastor Larroux preaches the gospel in an engaging and articulate manner, with a calm passion that is captivating. Rather, where the similarity lies is this: He tells MY story. The dates and faces are changed, but it is my story: a story of the rule-keeping Pharisaical control-freak coming face to face with the grace of the gospel. In that way, this sounds so much like me.

If you want to understand me, I encourage you to listen. But far better, if you want to understand yourself and find Jesus, I encourage you to listen.

The sermon can be downloaded through the following link:

Galatians: the Cast

3 thoughts on “Sounds Like Me

  1. Mike

    “a story of the rule-keeping Pharisaical control-freak coming face to face with the grace of the gospel”

    Now I have to explain to my coworkers why I’m laughing hysterically while sitting alone in my cubicle, supposedly working.

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