Selfless Empire

SelflessEmpire This is the 7 min version .S.M lockri…has produced a video with the 7 min version of S.M Lockridge’s My King sermon. This video is quite different from the others I’ve seen. Let me know what you think.

Its about raising up a generation. Who will look beyond themselves, and pass through the world with purpose. Leaving something behind for the upcoming generations to run with. Its about challenging people to think and discover that things are not always as they seem. That existence has purpose. That God is not religous, but that he is love, he is life and outside of him we all exist as dead. To say that God isnt love is to say that water isnt wet.

A recent poll was taken at Stanford University asking students What is the most important thing in your life. 8% were unsure, 16% said to make money, An Astounding 76% Said To Find Out Why They Were Here, And If They Have a Purpose. Selfless Empire is about Encouraging and Equiping This generation Young and Old, To discover what they were created for.

Embrace the Journey.


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That’s My King Jesus

msn26586 has added this new video to YouTube.

“The late S.M. Lockridge once present… “The late S.M. Lockridge once presented an incredible message, describing our God and who He is. Though God can’t be described with just words, this is as close as you can get this side of Heaven.”

Bj

Bj gave me this recording which he listened to live at Willow Creek Community Church in South Barrington Illinois. Why not add it to your MP3 player or better still use this audio for your own “movie”.

Jesus, My King

Here’s a new video which I’ve added to my YouTube collection. Same great words from S. M. Lockridge, preaching about Jesus, his King. Nice set of images that complement this powerful message.

This is courtesy of Opinionbug and you can download a copy from here.

He’s a Seven Way King

Here’s another audio recording. In this one, which I found at The Harvest Holler, Lockridge talks about Jesus as a 7 way King. He also interacts a little more with audience:

Well I wonder if you know Him. Do you know Him? Don’t try to mislead me. Do you know my King?

Well do you?

Another great one for the iPod.

Put this on your iPod

Here’s the audio file from Mark Barnes; put this on your iPod and enjoy. (other MP3 players also available)

Moody Founder’s Banquet, 1981

I came across an audio recording at Shannon Warren‘s blog.

What makes it special, apart from Lockridge himself, is the introduction and prayer afterwards by Tommy Nelson of Denton Bible Church.

You can listen to it here. (it may take a few moments to load) Enjoy.