Reckless – Week Four

Things change when you learn it’s not that you’ve got to, but that you get to!

“Negative” definitions of reckless
– lack of concern
– sacrificing without regard
– careless of consequences
– daredevil
– heedless to potential bad results

Genesis 6:22

[ctt template=”3″ link=”2Dyud” via=”no” ]Being reckless for God is being unconcerned with popularity[/ctt]

He didn’t just spend all his money which was reckless enough, Noah spent his life

Doing church biblically, and living biblically for that matter, can be messy, scary, dangerous, reckless

MOSES went before Pharaoh at least 16 times!
Exodus 5:1

Being reckless for God is sacrificing personal comfort or risking personal safety because someone else isn’t comfortable or safe

“We will do anything short of sin to reach people who don’t know Christ”
Craig Groeschel

DAVID went into battle not for himself
1 Samuel 17:40-51

Being reckless for God is doing what should be done without regard to the cost or consequences

[ctt template=”3″ link=”J5awa” via=”no” ]In the early church no one was content with too much if someone else had too little[/ctt]

JONATHAN & his armor-bearer picked a fight
1 Samuel 14:1-14

Being reckless for God is risking defeat for the possibility of great victory

There is no victory without the possibility of defeat!

JESUS’ DISCIPLES left what they were sure of for what they could not yet see
Matthew 8:20

Being reckless for God is giving up what is certain for the hope of something more amazing than can be imagined