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What she found was a blessing to her and she prays that their message will be a blessing to others. Partners In Christ is a hot new gospel instrumental group with a lot of class and a touch of vocals. Their music combines elements of Latin, jazz, and contemporary and traditional gospel, but their message is keenly focused on spreading the gospel of Jesus Christ. The group features the dynamic saxophone duo of Harry Patton and Daryl Beebe. Patton and Beebe's debut release, The Covenant Project , speaks to the covenant they made with one another and with God to spread the good news of Jesus Christ through the ministry of music.
This covenant, and the mutual respect they have for one another, their talents, and their ministries, is the glue that holds them together as partners. The two have been friends since they met at Mumford High School in Detroit when they were each 15 years old. Although they went to the same elementary school, it was not in God's plan for them to meet at that time. Beebe and Patton acknowledge and testify with a surety to God's move in their careers, "God opened doors and gave us the spiritual vision.
He put the CD in both of our hearts at the same time. It was spiritual how everything happened. As always when God is in the mix, the impact is life changing. Beebe and Patton recognize that they have been given a unique opportunity to spread the gospel through their music and the importance of what they do. They are in agreement when they say that, "It is important to be able to spread the gospel to people who may not receive it through traditional means.
We have the desire to minister to people outside the church as well as open up windows of praise for believers who already have a relationship in worship and praise. What if we are not the people that others think we are?
Or what if we are not the people we think we are? It is hard in our day to remember that you have a soul. You actually have an immortal soul, and the abundance of life does not consist in the abundance of your possessions.
So sometimes we just need to stop, think, be quiet. And so he keeps up away from those uncomfortable thoughts: We are we really, and what if we are not who we think we are? We see here with Nicodemus there is a profound disconnect between his credentials and his comprehension.
You see that verse 10? Last week we say Nicodemus was a Pharisee. These were the good guys. These were the people who took the Torah seriously. These were the people who were, you know, speaking at conferences and writing books.
These were the people that they looked up to. And now we see one other designation in verse Man, did read his blog this week?
Oh, man. Really appreciate Nicodemus. Really good. You follow him on Twitter? He was that sort of person. He maybe weighed in on the most important matters of the faith. Ruler of the Jews. The teacher in Israel. Come on. There is a gap, Jesus is saying, between your reputation on the one hand and the real thing on the other.
And I wonder if any of us have the same gap. I just want to give you that permission as you listen to a sermon. But we ought to consider, do some of us, in a room this size, have the same gap that Nicodemus had?
A gap between his reputation and between the real thing? But maybe, just maybe, for some of us, there is a gap. Jesus never wants us to look at reputation alone. Remember the letters to the seven churches. And I hope none of us are striving for a reputation alone. Some of us have a lot of titles, whether its father, grandfather, mother, grandmother, elder, pastor, deacon, Bible study leader, lifelong Christian, giver, banker, businessman, teacher, whatever, community leader.
And on the other hand, comprehension. So Jesus knows what is in you and in me. And so Jesus knew what Nicodemus had. You know what you have, Nicodemus? You have a reputation. You have titles, you have credentials.
Jesus, remember in the last passage last week, just got done speaking about being born again. You enter into the kingdom of heaven by being born again, being born of water and the Spirit. He should have known from Deuteronomy 30, verse 6. Moses speaks of our need to be circumcised in the heart. Or Isaiah 44 or Joel 2, prophecies about the coming outpouring of the Spirit. Or Jeremiah 31, the promise of the new covenant, and God will write the law on their hearts.
He should have known this Old Testament idea of being renewed in the heart. A natural tendency to hate God and hate our neighbor. Now some of us are born into decent homes and neighborhoods and we have a socialization process that makes us polite, respectful people. God has to change the heart. Nicodemus should have understood this. He was the teacher in Israel. And how shall they believe in Him of whom they have not heard?
And how shall they hear without a preacher? How shall they preach except they be sent? Covenant Partners have joined their hands with Drs.Lift Him Up Lyrics: I will come into Your presence Lord / With the sacrifice of praise / With a song I will exalt You Lord / Blessed be Your Holy Name / I will give You all the glory / You delivered.