Daniel Camp: Kingdom Hospitality | Baptists Preaching

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Daniel Camp: Kingdom Hospitality (Luke 14:12-14)

Daniel Camp, pastor of Shiloh Baptist Church in Crawford, Texas, considers Jesus’ instructions on inviting guests to a dinner party to illuminate the difference between charity and hospitality. Conventional rules of dinner parties instruct us to invite the right people: influential people, people who can benefit us in some way and the socially respectable. Jesus says the right people to invite are those who can’t return the favor. Who are those people in your life? There’s more in the sermon than this question.

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This sermon was delivered during the morning service at Shiloh Baptist Church on November 25, 2018, as a transition between a seven-week series on Micah and a four-part Advent series. More sermons are available here.

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