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What Really Matters?

That’s an interesting question. What really matters? We are all busy and many things vie for our attention. And so let’s cut to the chase: what really matters? The simple answer is that Jesus matters. The risen, living Lord of the Universe matters and makes all of the difference in our lives. The book in our New Testaments called Ephesians makes this point well. The six chapters in Ephesians could be outlined this way. Chapters 1-3 are about living in Christ. Chapters 4-6 are about living for Christ. If Christ really matters some other things will matter as well.

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