Church with Jesse Lee Peterson
About This Show
Church with Jesse Lee Peterson offers a friendly place for people to help each other through open and honest dialogue. We deal with tough issues in an eye-opening, light-hearted way. This is real church: Share, ask questions, or just listen. Jesse has led BOND Sunday services since 1990 — for individuals, couples and families of all races. This podcast offers extended edits from our Sunday meetings. Visit us at BOND (in Los Angeles) Sunday 11am Pacific Time. We stream live on http://rebuildingtheman.com/church.
Most Recent Episode
Do You Give Love and Light to Others? (EASTER Church ) Unedited
7 days ago
http://rebuildingtheman.com/church Easter Sunday, April 16th, 11am PT: Jesse invited a young man who turned 21 today. He's a hard-working, thoughtful guy who's been coming to BOND a while now. Jesse also talked about his 15-year-old godson who's started his own business making YouTube videos of himself fixing things. He gets positive and negative feedback, but only pays attention to the people who want help. God puts this ability to work inside us, and it's best when it comes out naturally.
Jesse asked people: Do you give love and light to others? Some said yes, others said no. One man said he sees everyone as his family, even his enemies, and he watches love and truth come out of him toward them. Another said he gives it by pointing out what's wrong with others, but not without their coming to him. Some said they had no love or light to give. One woman said you just "be" it, from God.
We should think on these things, not on ego worries. When you seek first the kingdom of God, and are committed to it, then it happens naturally. The truth is, we do not have love, light, or knowledge to give. We can only reflect it from God. Read the scriptures, but not to remember them, because we begin to judge from the "knowledge of good and evil" as though we are god.
Jesse showed off a couple of items from The Fallen State (http://thefallenstate.tv), Jesse's TV talk show, which we begin selling Monday — a mug (the mug says "Did you have fun?" on the back), and T-shirts (we'll have red, white and black tees).